On This Day In Def Leppard History - 11th November 2018
On This Day in Def Leppard History - 11th November, the following concerts and events took place. Including the announcement of a new live album/video release on this day in 2016.
"And There Will Be A Next Time - Live From Detroit" was announced for February 2017 on 2CD/DVD and Blu-ray. A preview video for 'Let's Go' taken from the concert was also released.
about this CD/DVD/Blu-ray release.
Earlier today Joe and Phil attended the Classic Rock Awards show in Tokyo, Japan to collect an award on behalf of the band.
about this live event.
On this day in 1996 the band played a show in Leuven, Belgium on the Slang tour.
about this live show anniversary and watch a full video.
Producer Robert John 'Mutt' Lange was born in Mufulira, Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) in Africa on this day in 1948 and celebrates his 70th birthday today. He was then raised in Durban, South Africa. He formed the bands Sound Reason and Hocus there before moving to London in the early to mid 70s and starting work as a producer.
On this day in 2017 Vivian Campbell received the OH YEAH Legend award at the NI (Northern Ireland) Music Prize ceremony. The event was followed by a concert from Last In Line.
As of 2018, Def Leppard have played 8 times on this date.
Use the previous news links to go back through each day in history to June 2011.
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