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.
Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell reports that his cancer is in remission for the second time since November.
We count down our favorite songs by the versatile guitarist, culled from the many bands he's been in throughout his career.
Campbell says on-going chemotherapy treatments have meant "sporting a new 'do."
The Def Leppard guitarist is part of a new experimental treatment for his case of lymphoma.
Campbell says he needs to take care of "medical issues" before the band heads out on its summer tour with Kiss.
When we last saw former Dio guitarist Vivian Campbell, he was playing his first show with new band Last in Line (and possibly conjuring up ghosts in the process) -- all this despite an ongoing battle with cancer. Still, though, according to Last in Line drummer Vinny Appice, the disease has taken its inevitable toll on Campbell's stamina.