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Classic JOE ELLIOTT DEF LEPPARD Tour Diary (Salt Lake City, UT 1992)

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Def Leppard played a show on the Adrenalize tour in Salt Lake City, UT on 11th September 1992 and an archive tour diary is available to read.

Joe Elliott wrote a tour diary for Kerrang! Magazine the day before the show which took place at the Delta Center.

He recalled the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards which had taken place on 9th September in Los Angeles.

This show was when the band started to use 'Let's Get Rocked' as the opening song in place of 'Stagefright'.

Joe Elliott - 11th September 1992 Tour Diary Quote

"I heard the tape earlier on today. We sounded way better than GN'R for a start! I also thought Pearl Jam sounded great, and I'm still trying to figure out if the bass player from Nirvana really hurt himself or not. Looked pretty bad/convincing to me!!"

"Saw Brian and Roger from Queen. Both in good form. I can't believe it's been four and-a-half months since the Freddie gig - time really does fly."

"Hi! It's 12.34am [11th Sep], a couple of hours after we finished the gig in Salt Lake City. The best gig of the US tour so far. 16,000 screaming, nutty fans really made us feel at home. We changed the set around tonight. New opening number, etc Went down really well! This band just keeps getting better and better."

This and other archive concert reviews can be found on the show pages in the Tour History.

Fan photos and reviews from any past tour can be submitted - Here

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