Def Leppard pay tribute to 'Spider from Hull'

It's twenty years since Mick Ronson, the legendary Hull-born guitarist, died of liver cancer. He is best known for being David Bowie's right hand man in the Spiders from Mars and played a huge part in his success.

Together, they went on to produce Lou Reed's 'Transformer' with Ronson even playing piano and guitar on 'Perfect Day', one of Reed's most famous songs. Ronson worked with Ian Hunter from Mott the Hoople and had a string of solo albums.

We spoke to Phil Collen and Joe Elliott from Def Leppard about the Hull legend.