32 years after the originally scheduled Rock In Rio performance, Def Leppard’s triumphant return last night was one for the books! Fans tuned in worldwide to watch the guys deliver an epic performance with hits including the #1 single “Love Bites” and “Pour Some Sugar On Me” in addition to songs from their 2015 self-titled release “Let’s Go” and “Man Enough”
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We’re bringing a full blown rock concert to your living room! And There Will Be A Next Time… Live From Detroit will be airing on AXS TV as a part of their “Sunday Night Rocks” lineup this Sunday, April 23rd at 10pm EST.
The #1 selling DVD features stunning performances of Pour Some Sugar On Me, Hysteria, Rocket, Photograph, Let’s Get Rocked, Rock of Ages, Animal, Foolin’, Let’s Go, and many more! Filmed at the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, MI, And There Will Be A Next Time… Live From Detroit is an incredible showcase that captures the electrifying energy and power of Def Leppard live today.
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Exploding onto the music scene with a ferocious sound blending primal riffs with a melodic smartness thanks to massive radio hits like “Photograph,” “Rock Of Ages,” “Pour Some Sugar On Me,” “Animal,” “Love Bites”, Def Leppard etched their permanent mark on hard rock music.
Masters in the recording studio, Def Leppard also continue to be dedicated road dogs hitting the road yearly delivering powerful performances to SRO crowds around the globe. On the cusp of a new U.S. tour pairing them with Poison and Tesla, we caught up with lead guitarist Phil Collen, who filled us in on their new concert DVD, And There Will Be A Next Time – Live From Detroit, and much more.
Filmed at the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, MI on July 15, 2016, And There Will Be A Next Time – Live From Detroit is an incredible showcase that captures the electrifying energy and power of Def Leppard live today.“I had this idea that we should film one of the shows from the 2016 tour because apart from the ‘Viva Hysteria’ shows, we hadn’t actually had a live performance filmed since 1988. With a new album out that was being so well received, it was just a case of where to do it. From the second the house lights went down, we could see the sun setting from the stage, and the energy from the crowd just seemed to intensify. It was a good choice and a great way to document Def Leppard in 2016.” – Joe Elliott