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[Dave 444] Saturday, August 08, 2009 9:56:09 PM 
My guess the videos posted below had to be someone from the crew or something. They were cracking down on video taking that night. The guy in front of me just had a pocket camera taking a video and they went through everyone to get him to stop. This was taken from the front row.

Priest is recording the show in Florida at the end of this month for a live DVD. I will be first in line to buy it.

Here is the first part of V of C in Cincinnati.
Edited at: Saturday, August 08, 2009 10:14:03 PM
[guidogodoy] Saturday, August 08, 2009 9:21:45 PM 

Thanks for the post. That was the night before I saw them the second time in Nashville. I have now seen vids of both and have searched high and low for the complete bootlegs. Only audio so far....
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[Dave 444] Saturday, August 08, 2009 8:52:10 PM 
Got to see Priest at the Cincinnati show on July 21st. They should have recorded that show for a DVD. Halford and they guys were ON FIRE!!!!

Anyone, ANYONE!! who says Halford is not what he use to be should look at this clip from the Cincinnati Show. If you don't want to watch the whole thing, look at 6:30 on.
He nails every note.

Here are some other videos live in Cincinnati.

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[I.M.P.] Thursday, August 06, 2009 2:49:52 AM 
I think you're right about Halford having trouble at times, especially with Painkiller.  However, he's strong as hell right now, only about a 70 minute set (only?!) and some days rest in between really make a difference in his performance.  He's kicking ass right now.  I encourage all of you metal heads on here to go to the shows.  He's ripping good right now.  He is hitting ALL of the notes.
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[j-rock] Monday, August 03, 2009 1:03:55 AM 
I was at the Paso Robles show (back in row S, way off to the left, which wasn't alot of fun IMHO) first.  I have never been to this venue before, so I had a lot of fun exploring the grounds.  I wonder if the WS & JP guys did?  heh  Both bands played great setlists.  I definitely enjoyed all the music, and all the guys from both bands looked and sounded terrific.  The central coast area is a nice getaway, and I enjoyed my time there immensely. 

I was originally planning to go to the Concord (my hometown) show on Friday, but could not procure a satisfactory ticket (i.e. very close to the stage), when I checked the 'net at my motel in S.L.O., so I decided on Friday morning to go check out the Marysville show with a couple of my pals instead.  I'm glad I was able to procure a general admission pit ticket before I left S.L.O. Friday morning, with all the troublesome b.s. Live Nation puts us through!!  My friends and I got to the S.T.Amp. late, but we were able to get up front before Tesla started.  I planted myself center/left, between Rob & KK turf.  Tesla was good, Whitesnake was typically refreshingly fun & awesome, and JP was eye-popping and happy aaaaaahhhhh up close there.  My throat still hurts from yelling along with all of WS & JP's songs!  It was my goal to see Glenn & KK up close, and I sure got to!  Nothing like seeing their twin-axe attack in front of me.  Great set list, great sound, and a ton o'fun, despite the massive crush up there. 

Oh, and I had never seen a crowd-surfer during WS before!  Hah, I luved this pairing of bands immensely!!! 
[Dan Marshall29116] Sunday, August 02, 2009 10:14:20 AM 
You make a good point....and as I was watching Ian last night I was thinking...IAN IS KICKING ASS...He was holding his bass in the air and shredding just like KK during a solo. 
And last nights show was as good or better then the Concord show....Two shows in two nights....I am spent...but would go again tonight. 
Last nights show had...Powerman 5000, Saliva, Trapt, Tesla along with Pop Evil, Whitesnake and Priest. Good times.
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[Bev] Saturday, August 01, 2009 11:13:46 AM 
I agree, especially The Rage ... Think Ian finally got some action on that one this time out!!!  I wasn't at that show, but the one I saw well, it was really cool to give him his due, if you know what I mean?!
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[Dan Marshall29116] Saturday, August 01, 2009 11:11:18 AM 
Saw the Mighty Priest last night in Concord California....The Rage/Steeler one two punch was too good for words.
[painkillermd robinson] Wednesday, July 29, 2009 1:16:51 AM 
Saw them for the forth time last Sunday in Corpus Christi, TX. Freaking amazing. Like a trip back through time. Sent chills up my spine when Rob killed on Sad Wings. Can't beat age for having earned their chops. These guys were smooth.  Saw lots of bi-generational groups all around.  Lots of us mature folks were wearing ear plugs. My ears are still ringing. Loved every second. Just had knee surgery less than a week ago. Limped my  ass there. Nothing could have stopped me!!
As Rob opened, "The Priest is Back"  Hell ya!!!
[Matt Garcia III] Saturday, July 25, 2009 9:20:09 PM 
I saw Priest for the 6th time last night.  I thought they kicked ass on the Metal Masters Tour, but man did they kick ass, and take names last night!!  What an awesome show!!  My favorite song of the night was Steeler, then The Rage!!  It's so great to hear whole albums played in their entirety.  They also went back to Sad Wings to do The Ripper and Victim of Changes, they also did Freewill Burnin', You've Got Another Thing Comin'.  They seem to have focused on songs that featured both Glenn, and KK on leads.  Scott Travis also added his own double bass touch to some of the classics, he is such an awesome drummer!!  You guys need to catch they guys on this tour, you won't be disappointed!!  Not to mention the laser elements!!!
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[british.steel] Saturday, July 25, 2009 5:49:39 PM 
they were so amazing when i saw them in cleveland!!! i DEFINATLY need to see them when they do all of Nostradamus next year
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Saturday, July 25, 2009 2:54:57 PM 
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[Scottzilla] Saturday, July 25, 2009 2:51:45 PM 
The Houston Texas show last night was Priest at their best! Friggin' AWESOME. My first concert ever was their British Steel tour and thirty years later I took my daughter to the 30th anniversary of the tour! Way cool! I think everbody on this board that post's their "does Priest still have it" questions needs to go to a show and then shut their yaps.
[MISTRESS OF METAL] Saturday, July 25, 2009 8:55:01 AM 
I just saw Priest for the fourth time last night, and it was just as good as my first time!!! Rob sounded better than ever, and after the show Glenn handed me a pick! I will treasure it forever! Priest freakin rocks!
[Fishu] Thursday, July 16, 2009 2:58:04 PM 

Ahhgg I envy you all, i´ve only had the chance to see them once last november here in buenos aires and they did great!

I just hope i don´t have to wait much more until they come down here again... 
hope you enjoy it there anyway

[lilmac] Tuesday, July 14, 2009 10:31:26 AM 

Bitchin' about Halford hitting high notes? My goodness! Could YOU do it MAN? Go see the show or shut yer PIE HOLE hater.

All I can say is that after 32 years of being INTO the Priest and seeing them at least 7-8 times 1984, that this group is still THE finest live metal act around!!! Love that Judas Priest!!!!

[MARK IN THE DARK] Monday, July 13, 2009 5:18:24 PM 
yes yes yes last nights show at the beach halford had a very good night .better then last year i think.
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[british.steel] Monday, July 13, 2009 3:51:52 PM 
listen to the song painkiller from a touch of evil live, he struggles hitting the high notes, and his scream sounds weird before the solo, that was from 2005-2008. the chances of him hittin those notes in 10 years are very unlikely. hes an amazing singer, but age takes its tole eventually. and metal meltdown has some very high notes in it as well. and the opening to all guns blazing? he wont be able to do that in 10 years. im not tring to criticize him, if thats the way its coming off. im just saying he might not be able to do that night after night, touring also taes a tole on your voice.
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[british.steel] Monday, July 13, 2009 3:51:51 PM 
listen to the song painkiller from a touch of evil live, he struggles hitting the high notes, and his scream sounds weird before the solo, that was from 2005-2008. the chances of him hittin those notes in 10 years are very unlikely. hes an amazing singer, but age takes its tole eventually. and metal meltdown has some very high notes in it as well. and the opening to all guns blazing? he wont be able to do that in 10 years. im not tring to criticize him, if thats the way its coming off. im just saying he might not be able to do that night after night, touring also taes a tole on your voice.
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[wheels50] Monday, July 13, 2009 3:33:32 PM 
Rob didn't struggle last night at Jones Beach Theater in New York at all. The British Steel tour is sounding GREAT. They played Hell Patrol from Painkiller to the tee, and Diamonds and Rust was rocked back up to the way they used to do it. Victim of Changes with all its high notes, He hit them all. GREAT SHOW!!!  
[british.steel] Sunday, July 12, 2009 7:54:20 PM 
The likelyhood of them doing a Painkiller anniversary tour is very low to none, maybe some special releases but no tour...i mean do you really think Rob can hit those notes in 10 years from now? he is a metal god, but he struggles now, ten years i dont think they would do that. and defenders probably not either. because although that was an amazing album they are doing Brtish Steel because how ground breaking it was and how it mad them superstars! haha, and i dont think they would want to revisit every single good album theyve ever done! lol 

but in 2 more days i will see my first Priest concert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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[FaithDefender] Sunday, July 12, 2009 9:24:00 AM 
I saw them last night at PNC. They were brilliantly awesome, to say the least! They never disappoint. Totally incredible to hear British Steel live, as this was the album that made me a fan. Rob wore denim for the album, then wen into his usual jacket changes with the rest of the songs. The crowd was very into it, and seats were no longer needed when they appeared. Since reuniting, I've seen them 5 times, but this one was special, as my Motown music loving wife of 32 years finally attended. She, along with my daughter loved it, and had a great time. Added to the set were Hell Patrol, The Ripper, Victim of Changes, Nostradamus, Freewheel Burning (when he rode out on the motorcycle), and finishing with You've Got Another Thing Coming. I may hve missed one or two, but I'm still on a 'high' and wish I could see them again tonight at Jones Beach. Priest, Priest, Priest, Priest, Priest, Priest!!!!
[-imbiber of exploits-] Saturday, July 11, 2009 8:24:12 PM 
There is a question to be asked--and I'm sure someone already asked it, butT I wasn't informed of the answer, so I'll re'ask this -- and if you, Judas Priest, or any other fan has any insight into this, PLEASE SEND ME A MESSAGE!

30th anniversary of 'British Steel' means a commemorative tour to be performed of the album in its entirety live. Neat. NOW . . . what's the likelihood that some other albums made in the '80s or, well, 'Painkiller' will have the same attention given to their anniversaries? The idea Judas Priest came up with for this tour is stellar, but if they had the same attention given to 'Defenders of the Faith' or 'Painkiller' (really any one besides 'British Steel', to be blunt) I & many other will go CRAZY in excitement! Well . . . let me know what the chances of that would be. I realize it may be silly to ask at this point of the tour, but here's a shot anyway! :-)

[Jeanine] Saturday, July 11, 2009 1:58:44 PM 
Please be so kind to vote for the best guitar duo in history:
[PRIESTMAN] Saturday, July 11, 2009 9:37:38 AM 
All I had to do was go to the Live Nation website and buy my tickets. There were tickets still available sec 102 10th row. About 8 seats there and about 15 seats all total in sec 102. There are a lot of tickets still available in the upper sections still so anyone who doesnt have tickets go to live nation and get your tickets they are $149.50 each. PRIEST PRIEST PRIEST.
[windswept] Saturday, July 11, 2009 7:55:34 AM 
tonight at pnc......i have section 104, row c, seat 9.  any one down in the front drop by and say hello.  seriously.  we can all geek out together tonight. 
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[t5priest] Friday, July 10, 2009 10:25:02 PM 
just got my 8th row ticket for pnc a few days ago . got lucky and waited till 7 days ago and 
kept scanning ebay for tix and boom !! last year i did the same thing and had 15th row .
it pays to go solo !! i was looking forward to a nostradumas show , because i love the disc
unlike many priest fans here . but i'm really looking forward to hear steeler live !!
can't wait !!  
[PRIESTMAN] Friday, July 10, 2009 6:46:56 PM 
Got my ticket for PNC 102 row N and am looking forward to this show big time. I just bought the tickets today and almost missed out. Holmdel is gonna be a rockin. PRIEST PRIEST PRIEST. The Priest is back!!!!!!!!!!
[windswept] Friday, July 10, 2009 8:07:48 AM 
anyone hitting the pnc show on saturday or jones beach sun?  always nice to meet fellow members.  driving up from dc...
[steve bolton] Thursday, July 09, 2009 11:40:16 PM 
The Toronto show July 9 / 2009 "British Steel" Anniversary Tour = Simply The Metal Gods at there Best :))))
[Scottzilla] Tuesday, July 07, 2009 6:00:37 PM 
In a fortnight and three The Band will arrive,
The crushing off skulls precedes.
Blood in veins, throbbing anticipation.
Thrusting forth to fill my needs.
Driving, driving, Driving!
The Priest!
Coming, coming coming!
The Priest
[Maple Syrup] Tuesday, July 07, 2009 12:02:31 PM 
A couple of quick observations IMO: on the tour setlist so far that I have been able to hear live via torrents. Once again IMO:

1) Metal Gods does not have the power as it had on the last tour, period.

2) They should have dumped Rock Hard Ride Free & kept Eat Me Alive. EMA absolutely killed on the last tour, RHRF is way past its prime.

3) The best songs from the British Steel Set are easily: Rapid Fire, Steeler & Old To be Wise.

4) The setlist is too short. They should have added at least 2 additional songs. Especially with the traditional BTL, LAM & YGATC already there....

5) Great to hear the electric version of Diamonds & Rust again! No sleepy ballads on setlist; I am glad they gave Painkiller a rest.

6) Finally, no songs from Stained Class/HBFL or POE leaves a huge void...

Mple Syrp 
[(V)etal Rob] Tuesday, July 07, 2009 10:42:36 AM 
Here is a Link to my picture from the 7/5/2009 Wallingford CT show!


[Kroman] Monday, July 06, 2009 5:38:56 PM 
I was there too.  You are right and I was wrong.  I don't know what I was thinking.  Concert was awesome, had to drive 2 hours home to Fort Wayne, and then I posted my review at 12:30 in the morning having to get up at 5:00 a.m. to go to work. 

Now I'm thinking about driving to Chicago, Cincinnati, or Clarkston Michigan to see them again.  Maybe I'll get the setlist right next time!  Sorry for the delay in replying.
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[british.steel] Monday, July 06, 2009 12:41:01 PM 
I can barely sleep im so excited! but i found out i have conditioning for football that day in the morning, ugh i dont wanna go to tht. lol
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Monday, July 06, 2009 11:38:32 AM 
And we'll be there with ya!! I can barely sit still I'm so excited, how about you?
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[british.steel] Monday, July 06, 2009 11:33:39 AM 

well ill be seeing them for the 1st time in 8 days now!!!!!!!!!

[lilmac] Monday, July 06, 2009 10:49:04 AM 

Pretty simple- Halford is simply concentrating on the song and/or using the teleprompter in the process. He does give it 100%, don't believe me? GO SEE THEM LIVE!!! Last year we saw the KC show and then Phoenix (where he resides part of the year), where in the desert he feels right at HOME. He absolutely tore it up! The bottom line is this- if you like PRIEST, go see 'em NOW while you still can see one of the finest hard rock/heavy metal bands of ALL TIME!!!

After listening to the Priest since 4th grade- 1977, I can tell you this- there ain't nothing like JUDAS PRIEST!!!!\

D of KC

[british.steel] Sunday, July 05, 2009 8:51:24 PM 

Somebody said earlier, that Rob was better this tour and not hunched over in one spot during a whole song. I saw a video on youtube, i think it was Hellrider maybe, but Rob spent most of the song hunched over, it was weird i didnt know if it was part of the act he was putting on with the song or if he was hurt or sumthing? lol

[seventongueXXX] Sunday, July 05, 2009 5:11:59 PM 
Rob Halford has to pace himself when he sings live. He has to conserve energy. He's got to make sure that he lasts until the very final note. He's got the hardest job out of all the other guys. He does a damn good job and I thought the last DVD was fantastic. "Painkiller" is enough to rip your vocal cords.
[~Kim~] Friday, July 03, 2009 9:54:28 PM 
Bluddy Hell those pictures are bluddy fantastic!
I was going to post mine, but they don't even come close
to yours!  Thanks for sharing!

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[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Friday, July 03, 2009 8:12:36 PM 
From what I've read and seen on YouTube, he seems different this tour - more the old Rob that we love so much. We will see for ourselves in 12 days, right? CAN"T WAIT!!  You might want to bring both hot weather and cool weather clothes with you. The saying in Michigan goes, "If you don't like the weather, wait a minute because it will change!" Right now it's mid-70's and windy. Could be 90 by the time the show hits, who knows? We can discuss things over lunch/dinner... we will be driving in from seeing them in Cleveland the night before. And don't forget the CD, I can't wait to hear it!! Keep having fun on vacation..... wish I was in Southern California!

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[Bluddy Hell] Friday, July 03, 2009 7:32:47 PM 
Yes, Rob was hand slapping and shaking hands with the front row in I mentioned, he was singing TO the audience this time, not just going through the songs.   I liked the addition of animated lasers to the show.  The stage set itself was simple, but packed alot of punch!

It was cool that there was no opening act...just the mighty Priest doing what they do best:  Heavy Metal!
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[Deep Freeze] Friday, July 03, 2009 6:32:27 PM 
I honestly believe that he does love the fans. No doubt about it. The man is no fool. He knows that the fans are what keep him paid! It is not so much that he does not care for the fans as it SEEMS that he does not care for the Priest gig. Now, I keep saying this is only an opinion!!! I mean, he may very well be elated to be touring with Priest night in and night out. It just seemed to me that he was going through the motions, as it were. That he would rather be doing something else..or maybe WITH someone else?

He has his own material...a Record company...various other interests. Perhaps he has reached the point where Priest (for him) has run its course? I am not sure and I do NOT want this to turn into some kind of silly rumor mill. It is merely an observation. I hope I am WAAAAAAY off on this! I love the Priest and Rob. I really do. Its just that, during the last few shows I have seen, he did not seem the same.
[HOT ROCKIN' METAL GODDESS] Friday, July 03, 2009 5:40:49 PM 
I know EXACTLY what you are saying. I have to agree with you about the distance thing, but not the reason for it. I have said it many times to people that I really MISS the happy Rob of old, where he smiled and joked with the audience. During the Painkiller tour, he seemed really pissed off.... I wasn't surprised when he left the band. Then when he came back, he seemed to have adopted this stage persona that I don't care for. I never had the feeling that he didn't care, I have the feeling that he was ACTING some sort of role. When we saw Priest in a small venue in Mount Pleasant, Michigan (September 2005), there were times where he completely dropped the act and was the Rob of old. I have to tell you, those moments were AWESOME! He shook hands with people in the audience (there were no barriers), someone came up on stage because you could just walk right up on to it, Rob turned around and smiled at the guy and shook his hand before he was taken back to his seat. He made jokes and smiled a lot. So I think it has all been an act on stage rather than disinterest. 

I know that Rob LOVES his fans and keeps everything they give him. Maybe he had something he had to do and couldn't talk after the show? He is probably one of the busiest guys in the business. I'm not making excuses, just my opinion.
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[Bluddy Hell] Friday, July 03, 2009 5:19:32 PM 
When I met Rob a few years back after the Angel of Retribution tour he was extremely friendly, posing for pics and chatting about a book he was reading on seldom used words in the English language.  This was a very small group waiting in Champaign/Urbana IL after the show(2005), vs a fairly large group waiting after the June 29 2009 show.  Maybe he didn't want to be mauled by a throng of over-enthusiastic fans?

On stage, he seemed more animated than the past few tours, previously spending most of the show hunched over in one spot or moving around slowly(probably due to the weight of the costume?) but this past week he was full of energy and singing to the audience, not just singing the songs.
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[Deep Freeze] Friday, July 03, 2009 4:39:31 PM 
Interesting. You know, I do not mean to start any kind of rumors or whatever but, I have been saying privately for sometime now that I do not think Rob looks as happy as he used to when they perform. Those of you here that have chatted with me in private will recall me mentioning this more than once. It is as though he is reaching that point where he has done as much as he feels he can with the Band and has interests or desires elsewhere.

Of course, he may have just not been feeling well in Indy but I truly have noticed a "distance' in his eyes and demeanor the last couple times I have seen a show. Most recently, I noticed it in Vegas but no one seemed to agree with me. I acknowledge that I could very well be wrong on this but he sure seems to be disinterested..or at least not as enthsiastic as he was in years gone by.  Just my humble opinion.
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[Bluddy Hell] Friday, July 03, 2009 4:31:40 PM 
Glenn was having some technical difficulties in Indy as well.  He seemed quite peeved and his tech was scurrying back and forth trying to get his guitars lined out. 

The Rage:  I noticed that all members of the band seemed to really enjoy performing "The Rage".  There were alot of smiles up on stage and they were throwing shapes with extra enthusiasm.  They really looked like they were having a blast!  I think it was the best song of the set.

Rob:  A disapointment after the show.  Rob went straight to the bus and left without acknowledging anyone waiting to see him.  The rest of the band spent quite a bit of time mingling and autographing and posing for pics.  Scott was the standout to the faithful waiting for a glimpse, he came and went several times before and after the show taking a few minutes each time to hang out with his fans.  He was showing off his female companions to the small crowd outside, enjoying the attention!  He later said they were just friends and family.

Here's the link to my Indy pics, some are quite's hard to get the guys to stand still long enough on stage to get the good pics!
[anuske] Friday, July 03, 2009 1:37:29 PM 
The show in St. Charles was my first Judas Priest concert and I gotta say it was pretty awesome. I had no idea this was the second date on the tour, no wonder I couldn't find a setlist.  Rob's voice sounded great. I think Glenn was having some technical difficulties on the intro to The Rage which made me sad, but everything else went off perfect. The crowd really lit up after they played The Ripper, what a great song to break away from British Steel. Hoperfully they'll actually come back to St. Louis again next time around.

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[Jane] Friday, July 03, 2009 10:48:39 AM 

Judas Priest will be in CT in two more days Wooo hoooo.  I can't wait.   I'll post about it but as everyone knows they ALWAYS put on an EXCELLENT show.  I can't believe this is the 30th anniversary of British Steel!!!!!  It's gonna kick some serious METAL ASS!!!!!!!   OH OH OH OH OH YEAH!!!!!!

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