Scott Travis (drums) and Richie Faulkner (guitar) of JUDAS PRIEST and Jeff Martin (vocals) of RACER X joined Los Angeles glam-metal jokesters STEEL PANTHER on stage on January 21 at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, California to perform the PRIEST classic "You've Got Another Thing Comin'". Fan-filmed video footage of their appearance can be seen below.Faulkner was in IRON MAIDEN bassist Steve Harris' daughter Lauren Harris' band prior to being tapped for PRIEST. Richie was previously described by JUDAS PRIEST singer Rob Halford in a Billboard.com interview as "a phenomenal talent" and "a tremendous boost and a relief as well. There are a lot of different feelings we went through [after original guitarist K.K. Downing's departure], But Richie is out there night after night, tearing up the stage and delivering the goods, as we like to say." In addition to Martin, RACER X features in its ranks Scott Travis and MR. BIG guitarist Paul Gilbert. The band released its latest studio album, "Getting Heavier", in 2002.
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