Episode 34: “I Don’t Sound Like Rob Halford!” | Tim Ripper Owens on Judas Priest and KKs Priest
On this week’s episode, Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens stops by for a chat with Cassius. He discusses his time with Judas Priest, becoming a proper family member of the band, the new KKs Priest album and his unique vocal range.Joe and Frank also lead off by playing a music trivia game and...let’s just say it didn’t go too well! Enjoy the episode :)
Episode 25 - That time Rob Halford of Judas Priest joined Black Sabbath
Classic Guitar Rock
Back in 1992, Black Sabbath played a pair of shows with Judas Priest's Rob Halford subbing for Ronnie James Dio. In Episode 25 of the CGR podcast we tell the story being this little piece of classic rock history and even hear some samples of Mr. Halford's handy work. You can now support the Classic Guitar Rock Podcast by becoming a patron for a measly $3 per month! Please support us on Patreon today! www.patreon.com/classicguitarrock Opening and closing theme: Rocker Chicks by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Judas Priest Front man talks to Dot for almost an hour. Rob opens up about his sobriety and how important mental health is. Rob is such a positive, wonderful person 🥰❤️ The Video Podcast is on my Youtube channel at: drdotislovinlife --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drdot/message
Judas Priest's Rob Halford: "People Will Still Be Banging Their Heads to Painkiller 500 Years From Now"
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Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford grabs some time with Kyle Meredith to discuss his participation in Rock Camp: The Movie, his new autobiography Confess, and upcoming music. Halford tells us about the musicians that would populate his own rock and roll fantasy camp, the magic and mysticism of our heroes, and how he learned to be an entertainer as a singer. The metal god also takes us back to his 90s bands Fight and 2WO before giving us a peak into a solo album he’s working on that will be heavily inspired by the blues, as well as the Judas Priest 50th anniversary tour and next Priest album.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie Podcast - Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
In The Trenches With Ryan Roxie Podcast
This Episode features lead singer of Judas Priest and all around Metal God - Rob Halford. Keep listening for bonus material at the end! In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie is a podcast hosted by Alice Cooper Guitarist Ryan Roxie. The show features in depth conversations with the worlds hardest working musicians and entertainers...the ones that grind, the ones that commit, the ones who make their dreams come true...in the trenches. For BONUS episodes visit ryanroxie.com/podcast Ryan Roxie - Host Instagram - @ryanroxie Robby Miller - Research Editor Instagram - @robbyrockmiller Victor Chalfant - Video Editing/Web design/Social Media Instagram - @vicchalfant Dave Rattenbury - Euro Team Instagram - @daveyrocks Gustav Kronfelt - Graphics Instagram - @gustavkronfelt Tess Faber - Intro Voice Instagram - @tess_faber Federica Robba - Social Media Promotion Instagram - @federocknroll77 Mitch Lafon - Executive Producer Instagram - @mitch_lafon Enjoy the Ride...Support the Podcast...Thanks! Roxie ryanroxie.com Sponsorships: on for
Rob Halford, front man of the globally iconic metal band Judas Priest, answers questions in a very special Q&A, celebrating the publication of Confess, his full, frank and shocking autobiography.Buy Confess at Rough TradeSign up to the Rough Trade newsletterEnjoy Rough Trade Q&A? Why not check out the Rough Trade Edit Podcast.Intro/outro: Let's Talk About It by White Denim
Dennis is joined by Judas Priest lead singer Rob Halford to discuss his new autobiography "Confess", how he first got into the band, life on the road, being in the closet and coming out as a gay man in the world of heavy metal. He also discusses seeing David Bowie perform live, meeting Lady Gaga and Queen Elizabeth, Sean Connery, Elvis, recording at a home that was once owned by Paul McCartney and much more!He also talks to Christian, Lindsey and Stemper about the new season of The Crown on Netflix, Star Wars, a book he's reading about Julius Caesar, famous horn players and gives some insight as to the future of the podcast. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: Magic Spoon Plexaderm Omax Health (Code: Miller) The Good Game Company
The Metal God himself, Rob Halford from Judas Priest, joins Matt for this very special episode of Life In The Stocks to talk all about his new autobiography 'Confess' - available NOW. It's a frank, honest, and open discussion with one of the biggest icons and greatest frontmen in the history of rock 'n' roll.Follow Matt Stocks on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram: @mattstocksdjCheck out the Life In The Stocks Patreon page, support this podcast, and get all kinds of extras in return, from bonus podcasts & DJ mixes to archive print interviews & radio shows.www.patreon.com/lifeinthestocksMatt's first book, 'Life In The Stocks: Veracious Conversations with Musicians & Creatives (Vol. 01)' is also out NOW and is available via Amazon, Waterstones & Rare Bird Publishing.https://rarebirdlit.com/life-in-the-stocks-veracious-conversations-with-musicians-creatives/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Metal God, Rob Halford of Judas Priest “confesses” all kind of stories including what it was like to live a secret, double life as a closeted gay man, and what happened when he was finally able to speak his truth. He talks about his surprise departure from Judas Priest, the road to reconciliation, and his relationship with Tim “Ripper Owens. He has tales about Fight, filling in for Ozzy Osbourne in Black Sabbath, and an update on guitarist Glenn Tipton’s health. Plus, Rob remembers the first time he ever heard Van Halen and what it was like sharing the bill with them at the 1983 US Festival. And of course he explains why he decided now was the right to time to put out his autobiography, “Confess.”