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Phil Collen On Def Leppard's 2016 Touring Plans

Wednesday, 6th January 2016

Phil Collen 2014.
Phil Collen Auburn 2014

Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen has been interviewed by Californian radio and mentioned the 2016 tour plans.

Phil/Debbi talked about their Sugar Shack 6-date tour, the Delta Deep name, how the band started, the song Whiskey, the reaction to their music, playing blues and rock music, Debbi's history as a backup singer, the live show, their influences, hoe the band works together, vinyl, fan questions and Def Leppard's 2016 tour.

Phil went on to talk a little bit about Def Leppard's 2016 tour plans and again hinted at more touring outside of USA/Canada.

Listen to the full 17 minute interview below and download via the show link.

Note - Phil/Debbi's part starts at around 28 mins in (on the audio download).

Visit the Tour News section. For more news on future tour plans.

Related Story - Def Leppard's 2016 North American Tour To End In October

KMET Morning Show - Phil Collen Interview Quotes

The 2016 Def Leppard Tour

"Well we're actually on a world tour. We actually just finished the British leg just before Christmas. We actually played Sheffield Arena, Wembley Arena and the night after that me and Debbi done a performance in a pub in London. So it was one extreme to the other. So yeah Def Leppard's still on tour. We have a new album out called Def Leppard and we kicked off the world tour in Japan in November and it goes - you know we kick off again like the end of January actually on the East Coast. All that and then I'm sure we'll be going all over the place again."

"So yeah we'll be back probably here in the summer. And then other countries we'll just pencil them in as we go. Yeah, it's a world tour."

Turn up the sound... and listen to our interview with Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen and vocalist Debbi...

Posted by KMET on Wednesday, January 6, 2016