We’re thrilled to announce the Def Leppard Vault — the first ever collection of the band’s artifacts and related stories, curated from and told by Joe, Sav, Rick, Phil and Viv.
The Def Leppard Vault will serve as a constantly curated museum, including special installations where fans can gather to see the band’s history from 1977 to now.
Sign up now for a special message at LeppardVault.com , and stay tuned for an email in which you will receive the date and a special code that will “unlock” the Vault!
Back on October 23, 1995, the band embarked on a record-breaking 24 hour tour of 3 continents; playing acoustic shows in Morocco, England, and Canada in support of their first greatest hits album release ‘Vault: Def Leppard Greatest Hits (1980–1995)’. This rare TV special, which was broadcast on 17th November 1995, contains interviews and live music performances from the tour.
Watch on the Def Leppard Youtube channel:
Today we celebrate 25 years of ⚙️ THE VAULT ⚙️ – Def Leppard’s first greatest hits album, released in 1995🤘🎶
Here’s a special message from the guys as they reflect on their greatest hits.
Click HERE to Stream THE VAULT
You got it — But are you gettin’ it?
2 unique shows, “Hits Vegas, Live At Planet Hollywood” and “Hysteria at the O2” are both available on standalone platforms today! 🤘
Click HERE to order now 💥
⚠️ Just announced ⚠️
This interactive live session will be done on Zoom and hosted by Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp.
Click HERE for tickets and more information.
A song and a message from Joe for John Lennon‘s 80th birthday:
“80 ?? … hmmm … dead at 40 …. Imagine …. what he might have done if he hadn’t so cruelly been taken away from us all. We recorded our 1st album in his old house back in 1979 … you don’t forget things like that, you don’t forget people like John Lennon …”
A song and a message from Joe for John Lennon's 80th birthday:"80 ?? … hmmm … dead at 40 …. Imagine …. what he might have done if he hadn’t so cruelly been taken away from us all. We recorded our 1st album in his old house back in 1979 … you don’t forget things like that, you don’t forget people like John Lennon …" -Joe Elliott#LENNON80
Posted by Def Leppard on Friday, October 9, 2020
New interview with Rick Allen with Modern Drummer talking drums, art, music collaboration with wife Lauren Monroe, show rituals, playing in the moment, and much more…
On October 16th, Eagle Rock Entertainment are releasing standalone audio versions of Hysteria At The O2 and Hits Vegas, Live At Planet Hollywood. Initially paired in an audiovisual boxed set this past May (London To Vegas), these will be available as limited edition 2CDS. Additionally, Hits Vegas will also be released as a limited edition transparent blue vinyl LP on December 11.
To preorder, click HERE
Watch: Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad from Hits Vegas:
Greetings music lovers – and welcome to Joe Elliott’s Songs from the Vault show on SiriusXM’s Deep Tracks channel.
In the September 2020 hour’s show, Joe highlights and tells stories about some of his favourite songs and artists from his own personal collection.
September’s Show features music and stories from Sixx: A.M., Supertramp, KISS, The Ramones, The Clash, Deep Purple, and more..
WHO: Def Leppard frontman, musician, and musicologist Joe Elliott
WHAT: Joe Elliott’s Songs from the Vault
WHERE: SiriusXM’s DeepTracks (Ch. 27)
WHEN: Show Schedule HERE
In his youth, Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott was creatively influenced by the music of the late 60’s and early 70’s. From legendary acts like T. Rex, Mott The Hoople, David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust and so many others. Each month, listen to Elliott play “Deep Tracks” from his personal music collection. Expect to hear songs from Joe’s vault and some of the stories behind them. You can also see Def Leppard on tour this summer. Promising to be the Tour of the Year, two of the world’s greatest rock bands – Def Leppard and Journey- are teaming up for a massive co-headlining North American tour composed of both stadium and arena concerts, and will feature complete sets and all-new production from both bands, and an arsenal of their greatest hits.