Sunday, 8th January 2023
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On This Day In Def Leppard History (8th January 2023)

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On This Day in Def Leppard History - 8th January, the following concerts and events took place. Including the death of guitarist Steve Clark who passed away on this date in January 1991 after a long battle with alcoholism.

The band have since performed just one time on the anniversary of his death in 2000 during the Euphoria tour in Prince George, BC.

Steve died whilst on a break from recording the 'Adrenalize' album at home in the Chelsea area of London, England.

Read more about this anniversary.

Also view some Tribute Videos as posted on YouTube.

On this day in 2011 Vivian Campbell played a show with Thin Lizzy in Newcastle, England.

Read more about this live show anniversary.

On this day in 2017 Joe Elliott performed at the first 'Celebrating David Bowie' show in London, England.

Read more about this live show anniversary.

On this day in 2022 the band returned to live action for this first time since 2019 at 'A Bowie Celebration'. An online event celebrating the music of David Bowie with performances from the band and Joe Elliott.

Read more about this live show anniversary.

As of 2023, Def Leppard have played 1 time on this date + an online event.

Def Leppard 2022.
2022 - Online Concert

A Bowie Celebration

Joe Elliott 2021.
2021 - Online Concert (Joe Elliott)

A Bowie Celebration (Postponed)

Thin Lizzy 2011.
2011 - Live Concert / Thin Lizzy/Vivian Campbell

City Hall, Newcastle, England

Steve Clark 1989.
1991 - Steve Clark's Death

Died In Chelsea, London, ENGLAND

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