After World War II the worldwide success of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks, Cream, and a bit later Led Zeppelin all had a profoundly positive effect on the British self-esteem. All of these predecessors of Def Leppard were almost entirely influenced musically by the blues, rhythm and blues, and soul music of […]
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Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott, Ric Savage, & Phil Collen join Redbeard “In the Studio” on their way to induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! Part 1 of 2.
This fabulous “Rock of Ages” medley by Def Leppard from the In the Studio archive was unavailable in the U.S. for about twenty years.
As it turned out, In the Studio episode #13 was a very lucky number for us thirty years ago because we were able to feature Def Leppard, the band which pretty much lit the match for the Pop Metal Eighties explosion five years earlier with Pyromania, at precisely the time when they were cresting worldwide in […]
Def Leppard are first-ballot inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!
Def Leppard lead singer Joe Elliott premieres the band’s concert DVD/2-CD “And There Will be a Next Time”.
When you are as talented, top-heavy with songwriters, and as hard working as Journey was from 1978 to 1983, a lot can happen in five years. You see, it was only five years time after their fourth album, Infinity, broke the band until the deepest part of Winter, February 1983, when the San Francisco-based American […]
Forty-fith anniversary of Deep Purple’s “Who Do We Think We Are?”, their January 1973 followup tp “Machine Head”.
Classic rock interviews with the late guitarist Ronnie Montrose, plus original Montrose singer/songwriter Sammy Hagar who takes a personal look back at the first Montrose album, widely cited by members of Van Halen to Def Leppard as the missing link in the evolution of hard rock. That album and the follow-up, Paper Money , have […]
If the Eighties made anyone a star, it was John Mellencamp. 1981’s American Fool gave him two legit big hits in “Hurt So Good” and “Jack and Diane“, along the way influencing the sound of rock and pop with a big forward drum sound from emerging in-demand percussionist Kenny Aronoff. Uh Huh in 1983 made John Mellencamp […]