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TOPIC: Celebratory British Steel Tour
[Gibbo UK] Tuesday, March 17, 2009 6:20:28 PM 
A great shame they will not be playing the full Nostradamus album.The time and costing to put on a big production will be massive.I am not sure about ticket sales too,only hardcore Priest fans would want this.I went to the Iron Maiden A Matter Of Life And Death concert and fell asleep.

To play the  full British Steel album will be great live,but please not another arena tour please.

  Hope the Planet Rock news message is only a rumour.       .





TOPIC: First Priest song you heard
[Gibbo UK] Monday, March 09, 2009 1:17:38 PM 
 Mine was Exciter on the Unleashed In The East album (my first Priest album i bought) What a great track to get me hooked on Judas Priest.
TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Monday, March 09, 2009 1:08:52 PM 
I don't think nobody was knocking the actual bands on this tour only the greedy arena prices.If anyone want to pay stupid prices for beer what looks lik piss then go for it.Only problem is people buy it  and the companies will sell it.
I do not know why a programme for the tour was available.I think it will be down to costing as printing prices ae not cheapThere could have been a poor programme sale on the last tour so they may have decided to give it a miss.
TOPIC: why
[Gibbo UK] Thursday, March 05, 2009 5:54:20 PM 
Rob has used a teleprompter in the past. Old age does creep up and catch us all you know.
TOPIC: Defenders of the Faith Book
[Gibbo UK] Tuesday, March 03, 2009 5:31:11 PM 
Wow is this book still doing the rounds?I bought it many moons ago and read it lots of times.Love it,there are some great photo's too. 
I might just have to dig it out of the loft and read it again
TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Friday, February 27, 2009 12:15:21 PM 
I think the design on Robs bandana is skulls Senior Rocker.
TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Thursday, February 26, 2009 12:35:22 PM 

I also agree for bands making money from merchandise,concerts and cd sales especially bands like Priest.Bands like ACDC and Metallica who just churn out crap an do a tour just to top up their bank account is out of order.
£2-00 for a soft drink It is about time they were sorted out,but if people still buy them at that price they will still laugh and rub their greedy hands.

Rob looked good in his bandana,his boots looked a bit too big

Metal Dog hope they like your pics.

TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Wednesday, February 25, 2009 11:17:08 AM 
On saturday i managed to get my camera into Wembley.I first tried by puttig it down the front of my jeans,bearing in mnd my camera is an SLR with 85mm lens.That did not work.I then tucked it in the back of my jeans.There was no ay i was going to get it through security.I would tell you but it would give the game away ...
At Wembley Arena they search all bags then frisk you.

You are allowed to take compact camera's in to concerts but not the SLR pro type with lenses.I agree this is BULLS**T.I only take them for sharing and not to sell on.

My Wembley pics were taken from high up in the stadium anyway.
TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Wednesday, February 25, 2009 9:00:04 AM 

You are right there Senior Rocker,it all boils down to money.It is the same in Sport,people getting ripped of at stadiums.The fesivals are the worst places to go now.In my early festival days at the Donington Monsters Of Rock you took your own beer into the arena.At the Wembley Arena they were charging £3-80 for a beer which looked like p**s.
It looks like the small venue gigs are a big no for big bands like Priest,but i still have little hope they might do them very soon.It is me who is boring you now

Wembley pics

TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Tuesday, February 24, 2009 1:44:05 PM 
What a great night.All the bands were brilliant.

I would have prefered a standing ticket as the seat i had was way up in the gods,only problem is my knees will not hold me up anymore.The crowd was great,saw a few getting carried out at the front.They burnt out before Priest ht the stage.
I do hope Priest play smaller venue's in the future.
Took some

I will try and post some more pics soon.
Edited at: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 1:46:03 PM
TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Wednesday, February 18, 2009 6:33:38 PM 
Great Blog MetalDog,love the pics too.Good to see everyone writing good reports on the latest tour.
TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Monday, February 16, 2009 4:39:15 AM 
Welcome to the forum newbies.Bikerbabe,hope you recover asap.Do you bike towards the East Coast and also go to the bikers cafe in Sherburn?I used to watch gigs at Sheffield too but got fed up and started to travel around to places like Newcastle,Birmingham and London.Looking forward to Wembley after reading reviews of the tour.
TOPIC: Final Concert
[Gibbo UK] Friday, December 05, 2008 5:10:26 PM 
I am not looking forward to the day Priest will announce their final tour.Which venue / country do you all think will be the final one and what year.
I can be a miserable bastard at times
Edited at: Friday, December 05, 2008 5:14:05 PM
TOPIC: Priest cancel UK show and downsize another
[Gibbo UK] Friday, December 05, 2008 4:47:08 PM 
I prefer watching bands in smaller halls rather than the arena tours.But at the end of the day the it is the record bosses who know best (NOT)who say what goes.
Nottingham,Sheffield and Manchester are too close together,so the geography of the tour could be a problem.Anyway i got my ticket delivered today,see you at Wembley. 
Edited at: Friday, December 05, 2008 4:54:34 PM
TOPIC: Priest Feast Tour 2009
[Gibbo UK] Saturday, October 04, 2008 3:16:34 PM 
Anyone got their tickets? I have got a ticket for the Wembley arena show on the 21st feb.I also might get to the Sheffield gig.
TOPIC: Former Iron Maiden's singer's wife dies
[Gibbo UK] Sunday, September 28, 2008 1:58:10 PM 
RIP Debbie..... Deepest sypathy to Blaze.
Blaze is playing at the Metieval festival next weekend in East Yorkshire,England  and i'm sure Debbie would want Blaze to carry on doing what they both loved,playing heavy rock.
TOPIC: Tasteless Jokes (if easily offended, DON'T enter)
[Gibbo UK] Sunday, September 21, 2008 3:04:34 PM 
I agree with Phantom on his comment.I think the title of this thread is a bit misleading or an excuse not to read any of the posts as it may contain jokes about blacks,jews and gays.Racism or homophobia is not welcome on this site.
FORUM GUIDELNES... Before you can post a message on the noticeboard (messageboard) you have to provide a valid email address and password. Whilst you may find this annoying, it allows us to restrict access to this board to anyone who may abuse it. The aim of this is to allow you, the true Judas Priest fans, a place to discuss Judas Priest issues without interference from unsuitable material.

Edited at: Sunday, September 21, 2008 3:10:22 PM
TOPIC: Ultimate 80's Festival
[Gibbo UK] Friday, September 19, 2008 1:48:18 PM 

Judas Priest
Ted Nugent

TOPIC: Favourite support band
[Gibbo UK] Saturday, July 12, 2008 6:05:09 AM 
What is your favourite support band on a Judas Priest tour.
I have seen the likes of Accept,Quiet Riot,Cinderella,Annihillator,Gorefest and  Scorpions.Although i loved Scorpions mine must be Savatage.
TOPIC: Rob Halford or Tim Owens
[Gibbo UK] Saturday, July 12, 2008 5:52:13 AM 
Got to be Rob.Must admit Tim did a great job whilst in Priest and he kept the band together.They could have decided to call it a day and thank fook they got Tim to hold the fort whilst the God was away.
[Gibbo UK] Saturday, July 12, 2008 5:31:46 AM 
If you read the statement regarding Glenn's cancellation of the two gigs it states that he has been pretty sick for about a week now but has struggled on regardless.You can only work until a doctor tells you to stop and unfortunately the Serbia and Croatia gigs suffered.It could have happened to any country so just sit back and be patient i'm sure they will return to the two countries in time.
I would like to thank Kid Rock for not playing at the Download festival in June as it gave Priest more playing time in their slot.
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TOPIC: uk tour
[Gibbo UK] Saturday, July 05, 2008 11:16:27 AM 

Eyup Kinz,Manchester Apollo is a good venue,i saw Priest in 1981 there after seeing them the night before in my beloved city of Hull.That was the Point Of Entry tour and it rocked.I am lucky really having Manchester,Sheffield and Newcastle not far from where i live to get to see a good gig.We chose Newcastle for the last tour to see Priest as we planned a great pub crawl on route to the gig.
Going back to tt600  original question regarding a big tour in the UK,I reckon the production of Nostradamus will be massive and will only be played in large halls.It looks like it will be in 2009. I read somewhere that they would like to play the Royal Albert Hall in London which would be great. 

Edited at: Saturday, July 05, 2008 11:25:01 AM
TOPIC: uk tour
[Gibbo UK] Saturday, July 05, 2008 3:42:04 AM 
On the 2005 tour the band only played in large arenas.I must admit i prefered to see them play in smaller venues.l reckon the Nostradamus tour will be played in large venues so if Ipswich does not have a large concert hall then it looks like London for you mate.
TOPIC: Get Well Soon Glenn
[Gibbo UK] Tuesday, July 01, 2008 2:35:25 PM 
All the best mate and hope you get back on the road soon.

**sorry if this topic is elsewhere but i can only post in this section and i cannot find a similar subject available...Gibbo 
TOPIC: Halford's Best Scream
[Gibbo UK] Tuesday, July 01, 2008 2:26:04 PM 

It has got to be the scream at the end of Run Of The Mill.

TOPIC: Is Bon Jovi a heavy metal band
[Gibbo UK] Saturday, June 21, 2008 3:30:36 PM 
No.More like a girl band
[Gibbo UK] Saturday, June 21, 2008 3:24:25 PM 
Nostradamus is a cracking album and a lot of hard work has been put into it.Rob,Glenn and KK are very gifted when it comes to writing and composing and this is album is a credit to all the band.
I have also started watching documentaries on the History channel about the great man himself.Looking forward to watching Priest do this full album live.
TOPIC: What are youo listening rigt now?
[Gibbo UK] Monday, June 16, 2008 11:43:05 AM 
Dawn Of Creation / Prophecy...Just got the new album today and i love it.Prophecy is a great track.
Saw Priest at Donington on friday and i  thought Priest played great as usual,pity the audience at that festival is a mixture of true heavy metal followers  and W*****S who know F*** ALL about decent music.
TOPIC: First Priest song you heard
[Gibbo UK] Thursday, June 05, 2008 1:04:34 PM 
Exciter on the Unleashed In The East album.
TOPIC: Any UK based Musicians fancy........
[Gibbo UK] Thursday, June 05, 2008 12:58:32 PM 
Sure would Guitar Priest.Myself and a few mates should have formed a band years ago but maybe we bottled it.Annoying thing is they can play guitar very well.

Hull City in the Premier league hey,this place is buzzing at the moment.Hope they can perform as well as your team in the top flight.
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