Rick Allen’s Curated Collection: From Hits Vegas Live 2020 🌟

Just Released – Rick Allen’s Curated Collection: From Hits Vegas Live 2020 🌟

Rick Allen’s personally curated Thematic Artist Collection is now live – featuring Die Hard The Hunter, Paper Sun, Billy’s Got A Gun – and more! 🥁

Click HERE to crank it up TODAY 🎧

Join Rick Allen in the Big Love Benefit Concert!

TOMORROW NIGHT -Join Rick Allen in the Big Love Benefit Concert! You can help concert crews with a simple ticket purchase! ✌️ 🙏

 

The webcast is this Saturday at 6pm PT (9pm ET) and all proceeds go to support the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund which supports Music Entertainment Professionals in need.

 

Click HERE to get your tickets!

Rick Allen – Wentworth Gallery Washington DC Appearance (March 17)

Attn: Washington, DC area!  Rick Allen will be at the Wentworth Gallery this weekend to share his artwork collection and meet fans at the below locations and times.  For more details go HERE

March 17, 2018
Noon-3:00 pm
Wentworth Gallery – Montgomery Mall
7101 Democracy Blvd., Bethesda, MD 20817
RSVP/info: (301) 365-3270
Montgomery@wentworthgallery.com
6:00-9:00 pm
Wentworth Gallery – Tysons Galleria
1807 Galleria at Tysons II, McLean, VA 22102
RSVP/info: (703) 883-0111
Tysons@wentworthgallery.com
 

New #Hysteria30 Spotify Playlist

Crank up the brand new #Hysteria30 Spotify playlist with us and celebrate the weekend.

Listen and follow below!

JOE ELLIOTT & RICK SAVAGE on “In The Studio”

It is like a Greatest Hits package all on its own: Def Leppard‘s July 1987 Hysteria  album, one of the most popular albums ever at an estimated twenty-five million copies, yet as Joe Elliott and Rick Savage remind us, it is a miracle that it ever was finished. You can’t make this stuff up. The epic saga revealed behind “Pour Some Sugar on Me”,”Love Bites”,”Animal”,”Women”,”Armageddon It“, and “Hysteria” on the album’s 30th anniversary. After World War II the worldwide success of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks, Cream, and a bit later Led Zeppelin all had a profoundly positive effect on the British self-esteem. All of these predecessors of Def Leppard were almost entirely influenced musically by the blues, rhythm and blues, and soul music of African-Americans, yet it is most telling that when the Sheffield England quintet compiled an all-covers tribute album a few years ago made up of their most-loved  formative impressions, all but one were by white British musicians….

Read the full band interview and listen to Rick Savage & Joe Elliott discuss the album HERE