DEF LEPPARD To Play India In November

August 20, 2003

DEF LEPPARD are set to perform in Mumbai and Bangalore, India before the end of the year, according to The band have visited the country before — although they have yet to play a large concert there.

DEF LEPPARD are expected to perform in Mumbai and Bangalore in November, according to T Venkat Vardhan of DNA Networks, which is organizing the concerts. The band are touring behind their latest CD, "X", which has sold more than 230,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Several artists, including JOE SATRIANI and SANTANA, cancelled their plans to appear in India earlier in the year due to the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

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