DEF LEPPARD Guitarist VIVIAN CAMPBELL Interviewed On ‘The Big Rock Show’ (Audio)

DEF LEPPARD guitarist Vivian Campbell was interviewed on the May 28, 2011 edition of “The Big Rock Show” with host Tina Peek. You can now listen to the entire chat using the audio player below.

Frontiers Records will release DEF LEPPARD‘s new live album (with bonus DVD), “Mirror Ball”, on the following dates:

Germany, Switzerland, Austria: June 17
June 23: France
Rest Of Europe: June 20

“Mirror Ball” will be available on June 7 exclusively at Walmart and Sam’s Club locations in the United States and Canada. The album will include a 50-minute DVD that contains live performances and intimate backstage footage of the band captured on the road. A special limited vinyl edition will also be made available. “Mirror Ball” will also be available online, marking the first time the band’s music will officially be made available for digital purchase. DEF LEPPARD will also be releasing their new community based website in May, which is being developed to be the ultimate DEF LEPPARD fan experience and go-to destination for all things on the band.

“Mirror Ball” features a mix of live DEF LEPPARD classics (recorded throughout The Sparkle Lounge Tour), three brand new studio songs and the aforementioned bonus DVD. “Mirror Ball” is DEF LEPPARD‘s first ever live album and features rock classics such as “Animal”, “Pour Some Sugar On Me”, “Photograph”, “Nine Lives” and “Rock Of Ages”. The album also brings together three brand new studio tracks — “Undefeated”, “Kings Of The World” and “It’s All About Believin'” — taking their place with ease within this classic setlist.

Also set for release this summer is LEPPARD‘s first coffee table book titled “Def Leppard – The Definitive Visual History”, with exclusive photos by legendary rock photographer Ross Halfin.

 

 

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  • June 7, 2011 at 1:00 pm
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    Vivian Campbell was great on Dio’s albums but then he went downhill, but so was Blackmore on Deep Purple and Rainbow albums after which he has stopped rocking altogether … So what?

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