Def Leppard has become the latest rock band to take up residency in one of Las Vegas's most famous casinos. The group announced today they'd begin a nine-show, three-week run in Sin City that includes their greatest hits, plus their 1987 album 'Hysteria' in its entirety.
In news that should surprise no one, the thunderous opening to AC/DC's 'Back in Black' was named as the top riff of the 1980s. The list was conducted by Gibson guitars, who, coincidentally, manufacture Angus Young's trademark SG.
It's fitting that the musical 'Rock of Ages' chose the title of a Def Leppard song to define the music of a generation. Even though Tom Cruise and the cast butchered pretty much every song in the movie version, it's still a testament to the band's enduring power.
“It was a time and place, and you have to be aware of that,” says Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen when asked if he thinks his famous band would be able to get off to the same start in today’s musical landscape.
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