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In Print: Def Leppard, R.I.P. Michael Elwood Gochenour, Katy Perry, & More

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In the latest New Times Broward-Palm Beach print music section: Def Leppard's Phil Collen was game to answer questions about strippers, his marriage, his lullaby CD, and a few things actually related to his band's upcoming tour with Heart. Read our conversation here.

Very unfortunate, sad news regarding Elwood's Dixie BBQ founder Michael Gochenour, who was found dead over Memorial Day weekend in his home. Many of his local musician pals offer a tribute.

In case you hadn't heard, Katy Perry has a ridiculous tour rider.


A few of the concert highlights remaining for this week include: a pair of King Django concerts, Nashville Pussy at Culture Room, and Dick Dale at Respectable Street.


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