Joe Elliott was recently a guest on 96.1 KLPX in Tucson, AZ to discuss all things Def Leppard as well as his side band Down N Outz. You can now listen to the entire interview here:


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Yesterday, Phil Collen was a special guest on 104.1 KHKK The Hawk to discuss all things Def Leppard. He gave some details about the upcoming summer tour with KISS, spoke on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and more. Listen to the full interview below.


20 Years Ago Today

04/29/2014 - 20:22

20 years ago today, myself & Phil guested for the first time in the Spiders From Mars at the Hammersmith Odeon as part of the Mick Ronson memorial show, he died 21 years ago today. This gig led to the formation of the Cybernauts 3 years later when we opened the Mick Ronson Memorial Stage in his hometown of Hull, UK. - time flies ……Joe Elliott

Today listen in at 1pm (PST) as Phil will be calling in to discuss the upcoming tour amongst other items.  To listen stream HERE

Great radio interview with Phil as he discusses the upcoming summer tour, his new side project DELTA DEEPVegas Residencies, new Leppard music amongst others items…. 


Joe's interview with Nikki Sixx on Sixx Sense will be airing tomorrow night, Friday 25 April in the 8pm hour PST. It will also air on the weekend on The Sideshow Countdown.  For a list of affiliates see below.

Sixx Sense

Side Show

Joe came into the Classic Rock Magazine Studio and gave us the inside track on delving ever-deeper into the Mott back catalogue, why he wants to give the songs a "lick of paint", and the band's plans for touring.   Watch here


Remembering Steve Clark

04/23/2014 - 12:49

On this day 23 April in 1960, Def Leppard co-founding guitarist Steve Clark was born in Sheffield (UK). Steve would have been 54 today.  Gone but never forgotten!


"This tribute video to Steve took me back to the days when he was THE rock star, he owned the stage. I was lucky to have known him, worked with him, but most of all we were great friends and I was proud to be taking care of his guitars. He was a diamond character, I will always remember him for the unabashed respect/love of life we shared. We all miss you pal” - Malvin Mortimer (Friend & Tour Manager)