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Phil Collen On DEF LEPPARD Honouring STEVE CLARK At Live Shows

Wednesday, 12th April 2017

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Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen has been interviewed by the Des Moines press and mentioned Steve Clark.

Phil spoke to Kelley Simms of the Des Moines Register.

Phil talked about the current 2017 tour with Poison/Tesla, the Hysteria album 30th anniversary, the band's sound, Steve Clark, and the band's work ethic.

Phil was promoting the show in Des Moines, IA which takes place on 24th April.

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Des Moines Register - Phil Collen Interview Quotes

Steve Clark/Live Show Video Screens

"I miss Steve every day, I donít always see the screen, but I know the footage is up there. Steveís still a member of the band and heís still part of it in a huge way. So, I think itís really nice that we give respect to Steve. Itís great to see him up there. Itís the best way we can honor him."

Hysteria/Working With Mutt Lange

"We had to step outside the genre and try to cross over. We went along with him and thatís why weíre still celebrating 30 years later as a band. It was just amazing to be a part of that team."

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