Accompanying this morning's announcement of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 2015 induction class was the usual head shaking and open-mouthed disbelief that some of classic rock's oldest and most worthy bands were passed up once again.
The last time Vivian Campbell heard Def Leppard's new album, it was shaping up to be "on the heavier side," but things may have changed since then.
Vivian Campbell isn't just back in action after a cancer scare; he's actually working on new projects with both Def Leppard and Last in Line.
Vivian Campbell is on the mend after completing the latest round of treatment for his Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
The guitarist may be out of the hospital by mid-November.
If you've been holding out for the best possible video from Def Leppard's performance at the Sept. 28 game between the Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins, good news: The band's got you covered.
Generally speaking, most rock songs aren't terribly concerned with the art of photography.
The NFL returned to London on Sept. 28, and the members of Def Leppard were on hand to amp up the action -- minus guitarist Vivian Campbell, whose latest round of cancer treatment forced the band to seek sub-in help from Trixter's Steve Brown.
Trixter guitarist Steve Brown will fill in for Vivian Campbell while the Def Leppard guitarist undergoes stem-cell treatment in his fight against Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell sounds just as upbeat as ever about his chances of beating the Hodgkin's lymphoma he was diagnosed with in 2013, but his latest round of treatment will keep him off the road for a series of upcoming live dates.