JUDAS PRIEST Axeman Checks Out Former Bandmate At HALFORD's Vegas Gig
In what is bound to fuel the JUDAS PRIEST/Rob Halford reunion rumors even further, PRIEST axeman Glenn Tipton was reportedly in attendance with his son at the opening-night gig of HALFORD's current mini-tour at House Of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday night (Feb. 1).
The following was HALFORD's set list for the Las Vegas performance (not necessarily in exact order):
03. Freewheel Burning
05. Made In Hell
06. Hearts of Darkness
07. The Hellion
08. Electric Eye
09. Riding On The Wind
10. Into The Pit
11. Nailed To The Gun
13. One Will
14. Breaking The Law
HALFORD's current touring lineup includes FLOTSAM AND JETSAM bassist Jason Ward as a temporarily replacement for regular HALFORD bassist Ray Riendeau, who is said to have bowed out of the trek due to a scheduling conflict. However, contrary to Riendeau's previous statement, he now appears unlikely to re-join the band in time for the upcoming Japanese tour, which is slated to kick off on Feb. 11 at Tokyo's Shibuya Kokaido.
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