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Original DEF LEPPARD Guitarist STEVE CLARK Remembered On Anniversary Of His Death
January 8 marks the 21st anniversary of the passing of original DEF LEPPARD guitarist Steve “Steamin’” Clark.
Clark, who co-founded DEF LEPPARD and played with the band for almost 13 years, died from an overdose of alcohol and prescription drugs at his home in London, England.
A posting on DEF LEPPARD‘s official web site reads: “We are sure that you will all join us today as we remember a shining light who unfortunately parted our midst 21 years ago. Always thinking of you, Steve.”
A short video message from DEF LEPAPRD drummer Rick Allen in remembrance of Steve Clark can be seen below.align=center align=center
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