Join us in wishing a very happy birthday to our fearless leader Joe Elliott! 🎉
🚨 Just Announced: High ‘n’ Dry 40th Anniversary Event 🤘
Bringin’ on a celebration 40 years in the making, the High ‘n’ Dry 40th Anniversary Retrospective is a worldwide broadcast premiere event, featuring brand new interviews with Def Leppard and more! Watch Joe, Rick, and Sav reveal behind-the-scenes stories from their legendary 1981 release, while Phil and Viv discuss the album’s impact on their own musical trajectory and the world of rock and roll. Complete with High ’n’ Dry influences from fellow colleagues with answers to fan questions sourced directly from the Vault and Lepp socials, this hour+ filmed event premieres only inside the Def Leppard Vault.
🎫 Tickets go on sale August 6th – Each ticket grants entry to the live-streamed event, a 24-hour replay pass, and access to exclusive merch bundles.
📧 Send your questions and videos to email@example.com for a chance to contribute to this incredible broadcast.
For more info, head to LeppardVault.com 💥
Greetings music lovers – and welcome back to Joe Elliott’s Songs from the Vault show on SiriusXM’s Deep Tracks channel.
In the July 2021 hour’s show, Joe highlights and tells stories about some of his favourite songs and artists from his own personal collection.
July’s Show features music and stories from Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Who, Joe Walsh, The Pretty Reckless, 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.
🚨 NEW LEPPARD VAULT COLLECTION! 🚨
In July 1982, Phil Collen walked into Battery Studios to audition for Def Leppard. He plugged in his Ibanez Destroyer and nailed “Stagefright” in the first take. He had similar results with “Foolin’,” “Photograph,” and “Rock of Ages,” and then impressed the band even further with his singing chops. Next thing he knew, Phil was on the Pyromania tour and the album was catching fire all around the world. “Okay,” Phil thought, “I guess I’m in the band.” 🎸
In July 1982, Phil Collen joined Def Leppard and helped boost the band to superstardom. In the latest Leppard Vault collection, we celebrate Phil’s earliest days with the band. Explore NOW at LeppardVault.com 🤘
Get your questions ready + tune in to the @DefLeppard Twitter on June 11, 10am PT/6pm BST
Click HERE to set a reminder on Twitter!
Get ready to air guitar 🎸….Check out Phil’s new video “Quadrant 4” with his Delta Deep bandmates Forrest Robinson (drums) and Craig Martini (bass).
“I recruited Drummer Forrest Robinson and bass player Craig Martini to accompany me on this track. We did a shred guitar, hard rock update of the 1973 jazz rock fusion classic “Quadrant 4”. I’ve always loved the version from Billy Cobham’s Spectrum album that featured Tommy Bolin on guitar. We (Delta Deep) opened up our set with this song every night on Joe Satriani’s G3 tour in 2018 and it was always a breakneck blast. I also wanted to let everyone know about some of the stuff I’ve been doing during Covid. This is just one of the amazing compositions I’ve recorded. More to come…” -Phil
See Rick in person at his Art Shows in Florida this week!
Rick’s art is currently on display at several Wentworth Galleries. He’ll be making personal appearances today, Friday, and Saturday at the following gallery locations:
Thursday, May 20, 7-9PM
Wentworth Gallery Las Olas
819 E Las Olas Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Friday, May 21, 7-10PM
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
5804 Seminole Way, Suite 103
Hollywood, Florida 33314
Saturday, May 22, 6-9PM
Town Center Mall at Boca Raton
6000 Glades Rd, Suite #1089Boca Raton, Florida 33431
Stop by to check out Rick’s art collections and say HELLO to Rick himself. All are welcome!
All I want is EVERYTHING 💥 On May 14, 1996 in Def Leppard History – SLANG album was released! Celebrate 25 years with an all new Slang collection on the Def Leppard Vault 🔥
Crank it up and explore at LeppardVault.com 🤘
The Stadium Tour: Update from Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison and Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
Legendary British A&R Manager David Bates presents an ever-expanding collection of exquisitely curated playlists which Joe recently created his list of his 100 All Time Favorite Songs!
Listen now: HERE
“David Bates (DB) is famous in the industry for discovering & championing new talent. His signings are legendary, including Def Leppard. He used to make CDs of all the music he loved for each year & send them to you for Christmas, db’s finestkind. To be on this list either as an artist or as recipient was an honour. We all looked forward to db’s finestkind. Eclectic and rewarding, they are always a deep dive into 12 months of releases. Now he’s made a web site.”
“Anyway he’s asked some people to curate their guest list “all time 100 Songs”. Obviously this is invidious for anyone, let alone a maker of music. Taste is fluid and fickle. But this is heart on my sleeve the songs that made me. That sustain me. Some cheese in there, some cliches, some well worn classics. You won’t find anything to make me look cool”
“Some you’ll like. Some hate. Some be confused by. Maybe. But have a listen.
And click to like and follow db’s finestkind on Spotify. PLEASE! Spotify – db’s finestkind I said I’d get him more followers! Music is my way of entering the world. Here’s my musical world (so far) compressed to 100 tracks” ❤️ 😎🎤👍