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JUDAS PRIEST's Rob Halford Recognized As A Kentucky Colonel

Judas Priest vocalist and legendary metal god Rob Halford can now add Kentucky Colonel to his list of accomplishments. Halford received the Kentucky Colonel title on June 14, which according to the state is a "recognition of an individual’s noteworthy accomplishments and outstanding service to our community, state, and nation." Halford was presented the title by Kentucky governor Andy Beshear and secretary of state Michael Adams.
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Judas Priest Frontman Rob Halford Named Kentucky Colonel

Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford revealed via social media that he has honored with the title of "Kentucky Colonel" by the Governor of Kentucky, Andy Beshear. Halford shared a photo on his official Instagram page of himself holding the certificate and he wrote, "thank you governor and the people's of Kentucky a great honour and organisation that's making good things happen"

JUDAS PRIEST's ROB HALFORD: 'Honesty Brings You Peace'

In a new interview with Marci Wiser of the 95.5 KLOS radio station, JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford spoke about his recently released autobiography, "Confess". Co-written with Ian Gittins, the book offers readers a compelling, heartfelt and honest look at the struggles the 69-year-old has faced with addiction and his sexuality as well as exploring his music and his many brushes with controversy.
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Rob Halford Would ‘Love to Go Back’ to Madison Square Garden

More than 35 years after Judas Priest received a lifetime ban from Madison Square Garden, Rob Halford says he’s ready to return to the iconic New York venue. “I’d love to go back there,” the frontman declared during an interview with Los Angeles radio station KLOS. “Because, it’s like CBGB used to be. It’s like the Whiskey a Go Go on the (Sunset) strip. These places where a lot of us saw the bands that changed our lives.”