Thursday, 31st October 2019
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On This Day In Def Leppard History - 31st October 2019

Def Leppard History.

On This Day in Def Leppard History - 31st October, the following concerts and events took place. Including the 'Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad' single reaching Number 12 in the US Billboard Top 100 singles chart on this day in 1992.

The song spent 20 weeks on the chart and remains the biggest selling US single the band have released.

Read more about this single chart anniversary.

Also on this day in 2003 the band played their second London show of the year at Hammersmith Odeon. Queen guitarist Brian May joined the band on stage for the fourth time to perform the classic 'Tie Your Mother Down' as the final encore. Rick Allen's mother appeared onstage to present him with a cake for his 40th birthday (1st November 2003) as the crowd sang to him.

Read more about this live anniversary with audio/photos.

Vivian Campbell will play a show later tonight in Stroudsburg, PA with his side band Last In Line.

As of 2019, Def Leppard have played 6 times on this date.

Last In Line 2019.
2019 - Live Concert / Last In Line

Sherman Theater, Stroudsburg, PA, USA

Def Leppard 2019.
2018 - 2019 Concert Announcement

O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic

Adrenalize 1992.
1992 - Live Concert / Lou Gramm Guest Appearance

War Memorial Arena, Rochester, NY, USA

Hysteria 1987.
1987 - Live Concert

Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY, USA

High 'n' Dry 1981.
1981 - Live Concert

Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA, USA

Use the previous news links to go back through each day in history to June 2011.

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