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Forster, McLennan and The Go-Betweens
Lyfe Jennings, from Prison to the Apollo Theater
Harry Connick Jr., Branford Marsalis Team Up
Journey's 30th Anniversary Reunion Tour
'Misfortune': A Songwriter's Novel Debut
Lizz Wright Cuts New Musical Path on 'Dreaming'
Summer Tunes for Black Music Month, Part 3
'Gatemouth' Brown Plays Through Cancer, Years
Judas Priest has a new album out, June 21, 2005 Angel of Retribution, and is on tour this summer. Originally from Birmingham, England, Judas Priest pioneered the heavy metal sound in the 1970s and '80s. Lead singer Halford left the band in 1991, citing internal tension, and in 1998, he disclosed that he is gay during an interview on MTV. Nicknamed the "Metal God," Halford returned to Judas Priest in 2003. The band — which takes its name from the Bob Dylan song "The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest" — is best known for songs such as "Breaking the Law," "Hell Bent for Leather" and "Livin' After Midnight."
Judas Priest Lead Singer Rob Halford
Eric Benet's New CD 'Hurricane'
Celebrating Jazz Pianist Hank Jones
Del McCoury: Old-School Music, New Audience
A Jazz Guitarist Interprets Ray Charles Classics
'Pops' Contributes to Rapper Common's Cause
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