Video: DEF LEPPARD Performs On Season Finale Of Quebec's 'La Voix'
DEF LEPPARD played edited versions of two songs — "Let's Get Rocked" and "Pour Some Sugar On Me" — last night (Sunday, April 12) on the season finale of "La Voix", Quebec, Canada's version of the popular sing-off competition show "The Voice". Video footage of the performance can be seen at this location.
A recent advertisement for DEF LEPPARD's upcoming U.K. tour with WHITESNAKE revealed that DEF LEPPARD's eleventh album will be a self-titled affair. Singer Joe Elliott last year said the CD was "very varied," adding, "It sounds like DEF LEPPARD, but it sounds like DEF LEPPARD stretching their wings a little bit."
DEF LEPPARD will return to the road April 15 for a Canadian tour, followed by Europe in May and June. A U.S. tour with STYX and TESLA will kick off June 23 in Tampa, Florida.
DEF LEPPARD released a deluxe, expanded edition of 1996's "Slang" album in February 2014.
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