Tag Archives: Def Leppard

Monday Rock City: A Conversation with Def Leppard Guitarist Phil Collen

Def Leppard founder and co-guitarist Phil Collen is one of the only human beings who can say: “My band has sold over 100 million albums.” While most of those sales came in the band’s 80s heyday, the working-class quintet is still rocking, touring, and making records, and Phil has sat down to write a memoir of his own incredible journey. He sits down with our own scribe de rock, J.M. Blaine, to talk about his memoir, his band’s upcoming 11th album, and just how in the hell a 57-year-old vegan kickboxer can get so jacked. Continue reading

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Rock and Roll Coffee: The Revenge of Eddie Trunk

Music Editor Joe Daly brings Eddie Trunk back to discuss whether it’s possible to separate Ted Nugent’s politics from his music, which new band is poised to be the next Metallica and whether certain rock legends should consider hanging it up. Continue reading

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In Honor of National Pot Smokers’ Day

In which Diana Spechler reminisces about illegally buying liquor, and the Boston College student who sold it to her. Love and drugs at the age of seventeen.
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