Quote: "Even though I'm a metal singer, the fact that I’ve been able to appreciate other types of performers has probably paid dividends. When I listen to Michael Buble, it's exciting, it's inspiring. I feel the same way with Michael Feinstein or Ryan Adams. I'm drawn to singers who have something different to say vocally - and Adele would be in there. I saw (Barbra) Streisand in Phoenix and that was mind-blowing. Her voice is just so pure. I've also always had a passion for some types of opera... I sing Nessun Dorma when I warm up backstage." Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford enjoys listening to the world's great voices.
Quote: "I love Bruce. He's a great friend of mine. And he's very outspoken.... These things are said in many ways, and I'm sure he didn't mean it in any other way than Bruce sometimes goes off in one of his rants... I use a teleprompter now because I do so many things. I can't remember." Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford refuses to get upset about Iron Maiden star Bruce DICkinson's criticisms of the bald rocker's use of a teleprompter during gigs.
Quote: "In those days we couldn't afford to have our stage clothes made so we'd get them all from there." Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford reveals they had to perfect their iconic leather look by shopping at a fetish store.
Quote: "Everyone's had a confrontation with a copper and likes to scream about breaking the law, don't they?" JUDAS PRIEST singer Rob Halford insists everyone can relate to the band's classic hit BREAKING THE LAW.
Quote: "I had a small part in a movie called SPUN a few years ago. I did a couple of scenes with Mickey Rourke. He turned out to be a big fan of the band." Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford was thrilled to find a high-profile fan of the group's music.
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