Clark, Steve b. April 23, 1960 d. January 8, 1991 Musician. Born in Sheffield, England, he was best known for being the co-lead guitarist and songwriter for the popular British rock band, "Def Leppard". In January 1978, he joined "Def Leppard" and was a constant mainstay until his death. Nicknamed "The Riffmaster", he contributed to the band's music and lyrics. He was a major factor on the group's most successful albums such as "Pyromania" (1983), "Hysteria" (1987) and "Adrenalize" (1992). He died at age 30 in London, England. (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Cause of death: Alcohol poisoning Wisewood Cemetery, Sheffield, Metropolitan Borough of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England Plot: The grave is situated close to the entrance. As the road drops down from the entry gate, keep to the left as it splits into a Y. Follow the edge of the path and keep looking towards the left. His grave is just a few rows away from the road.