Def Leppard played the 12th and final show of the 2019 Sin City Residency last night in Las Vegas, NV with 24 songs performed.
DEF LEPPARD News Round Up (2nd-8th September 2019)
A round up of Def Leppard News with links to stories and updates from this week in the band's history.
The last week with the band based in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Las Vegas Residency
The second residency concluded this week with the final four shows played at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood.
Sin City Residency Show #12/DVD Filming
The final show of the 2019 Sin City Residency with 24 songs played once more.
The second show to be filmed for the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release. All of the 28 different songs played over the 12 shows where included on the last two nights.
Sin City Residency Show #11
The first of two nights to be filmed for a DVD and a lengthy 24 song setlist played.
Sin City Residency Show #10
A return to a longer 23 song setlist with 'Action' making its residency debut.
Sin City Residency Show #9
22 songs played. Six from the 'Pyromania' album including 'Too Late For Love' and 'Billy's Got A Gun'.
Jamming With Sammy Hagar/TV Appearance
Ex-Van Halen/Montrose singer Sammy Hagar attended the 4th September show in Las Vegas to film an episode of his Rock & Roll Road Trip TV show. Joe was interviewed and Sammy joined the band at soundcheck to jam on a Montrose classic.
Def Leppard History
The 30th anniversary of Steve Clark's last appearance with the band at the MTV Awards took place this week and of the release of the 'In The Round-In Your Face' video. The last 'Hysteria' era 30th anniversaries which started in 2017.
View the various stories from this week below.
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The 12th show of the 2019 Las Vegas Sin City Residency took place at Zappos Theater. Read about the show and view photos and video footage.
The latest edition of Joe Elliott's weekly radio show on Planet Rock.
The 30th anniversary of the release of the band's first ever concert video filmed in Denver, CO in 1988.
The 7th anniversary of a show on the second Rock Of Ages tour in Mexico City.
The band jammed with Sammy Hagar before one of their Sin City Residency shows in Las Vegas with Joe also being interviewed.
The 11th show of the 2019 Las Vegas Sin City Residency took place at Zappos Theater. Read about the show and view photos and video footage. The first night to be filmed for a future DVD/Blu-ray release.
The 32nd anniversary of the UK release of the 'Pour Some Sugar On Me' single.
The 40th anniversary of an early show in Wolverhampton, England. Read a review and view a classic live photo.
A new show was announced for November in Sacramento, CA with Vivian's band Last In Line as one of the two support acts.
A second new song was released from Joe Elliott's upcoming third Down 'n' Outz album.
The 30th anniversary of Steve Clark's last appearance with Def Leppard at the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards. View the performance video and photos.
The 26th anniversary of the UK release of the 'Two Steps Behind' single from the then upcoming 'Retro-Active' compilation album.
The 23rd anniversary of a Slang tour club show in Edmonton, Canada where some of the contest winning crowd were a bit rowdy.
The 10th show of the 2019 Las Vegas Sin City Residency took place at Zappos Theater. Read about the show and view photos and video footage.
The 19th anniversary of the band's induction into the Hollywood RockWalk. Read the induction speech by Queen's Brian May.
The 38th anniversary of a High 'n' Dry tour show in Atlanta, GA with rare photos available.
Rick Allen was interviewed in Las Vegas, NV whilst showcasing his art collection including his Steve Clark Legends series piece.
View a gallery of Fan Photos from the 7th residency show.
View a gallery of Fan Photos from the 6th residency show.
The 36th anniversary of the chart peak of the 'Rock Of Ages' single in the UK.
A new edition of Classic Rock Magazine in the UK features parts of the 2015 Fan Pack repackaged.
The 19th anniversary of a Euphoria tour show in Oregon where local laws forced the band to lower their usual volume.
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