Bernard Perusse from Montreal's The Gazette recently asked JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford to talk about the first concert that made a big difference in his life."I snuck in to see DAVE DEE, DOZY, BEAKY, MICK & TICH [one of Britain's poppiest groups of the '60s] at a club in Wolverhampton called The Web. I think I was ... 15? I'd seen all TV people — THE BEATLES, the STONES, everybody on television. But to actually see a band live and hear a band live — that was just an experience. It was 'Oh, my God. Look at all these people. Look at the reaction. Look at the clothes. Look at the lights.' It was just an all-encompassing moment. I've never forgotten that." Read the entire article at this location.
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