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Leppard

(ˈlɛpəd)
n
(Biography) Raymond. born 1927, British conductor and musicologist, in the US from 1977: noted esp for his revivals of early opera
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KISS, Queen and Def Leppard were among those bands honoured.
Def Leppard come home On June 17th, Def Leppard come home to Sheffield's Hallam FM Arena.
The songs are just average, but from the unusual bedfellows department comes a cover of the Def Leppard power ballad ``Bringin' on the Heartbreak.
JUST when you thought you'd seen the last ever pair of white ankle- high trainers, Def Leppard announce Irish dates.
Featured panelist Robert Scovill is a six-time TEC Award winner (and AES Keynote speaker) whose credits include Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Matchbox Twenty, Prince, Rush and Def Leppard.
Def Leppard never really played the clubs, even in our early days, although we did do a special warm-up show at the Academy in Islington just before the Sparkle Lounge Tour.
The big problem for Def Leppard was that they had to follow Motley Crue who not only warmed up the crowd - they pummelled them into submission.
With the Whitesnake choir in full voice, Def Leppard had some act to follow.
European Capital of Culture Liverpool won the top spot followed by Sheffield, birthplace of Arctic Monkeys and Pulp, Def Leppard and Human League.
So it no longer seems so ridiculous that Sheffield legends Def Leppard, with 65million record sales already behind them, are on the cusp of a renaissance.
DEF LEPPARD Songs From The Sparkle Lounge (Mercury)
They are the latest act to sign up for this year's event, alongside confirmed artists Diana Ross, Paul Simon, Michael Buble, Michael Ball, Jools Holland, Crowded House, Mick Hucknall, Deacon Blue, The Australian Pink Floyd Show, Counting Crows, Def Leppard, Whitesnake, Blondie, The Stranglers and Meat Loaf.