JUDAS PRIEST Featured In 'Memories In Music In The Midlands' Exhibit

Fans of JUDAS PRIEST have the opportunity to view an exhibit featuring the band. "Memories In Music In The Midlands" opened in Birmingham, United Kingdom and will run daily at the St. Pauls Gallery, 94 Northwood Street, until October 17. The exhibit features items from the personal collections of some of the areas amazing musical talent, and an award display of CDs is on view from JUDAS PRIEST. Many other musicians are represented, including Steve Winwood and PINK FLOYD's drummer Nick Mason. Exhibit entry is £3.50. There are music-related items on sale and contests to enter, all proceeds going to Macmillan Cancer Support at home, and Task Brasil's "Casa Jimmy" abroad, a home for the abandoned street children of Rio.

For all the details, go to www.memoriesinmusic.com.


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