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Vivian Campbell

Talented rock guitarist Vivian Campbell burst onto the Irish rock and roll scene alongside Raymond Haller, Trevor Flaming, and David Bates inside a Belfast-based outfit known as Sweet Savage. The chance to become listed on Ronnie Wayne Dio’s music group came immediately after. However, he remaining Dio in March 1986 following the Sacred Center U.S. tour, assembling a fresh project known as Trinity alongside drummer Pat Waller and bassist David Watson. In 1987, Campbell stepped into David Coverdale’s Whitesnake, and launched Shadow Ruler in 1990 having a live show at London’s Astoria Theater. A self-titled recording premiered in 1991. A 12 months later his electric guitar skills had been requested by Def Leppard to displace Steve Clark, who passed away from an overdose of drugs and alcohol, and he continued to be with the music group for the next two decades.

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