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Various Birmingham blues band business cards.
The image on the front of this Tshirt was taken by Tony Mottram.
Stuff I have collected over the years. Enjoy
Rob Halford Red & Black Velvet Robe. These were made around the ‘Sad Wings Of Destiny’ era. This will have been around 1975/76. They were made by a girl called Fid who lived in the Chelsea area of London. Rob can be seen wearing the Black Robe on the back of the Sad Wings of Destiny album.
Glen Tipton with The Flying Hat Band.
Home of Metal plectrum
Judas Priest management contract (1973) signed on Jan 19th 1973.
Judas Priest Wolverhampton Civic Hall Epitaph tour poster (2011)
Donington 'Monsters of Rock' Festival Plaque (1981). Playing that year were: AC/DC, Whitesnake, Blue Öyster Cult, Slade, Blackfoot, More, etc.
Denim Jacket (1986). Featuring patches from Black Sabbath, Judas Priest & Led Zeppelin.
Had nottingham arena tickets but was cancelled had choice of money back or go to sheffield instead so we went being on friday, brillant gig, alister.
Black & Red and Black & Silver Leather Jackets. These were made by Ray Brown – www.raybrownfashion.com Ray Brown specialises in making bespoke items of clothing, mainly used on stage to perform in. In the 80’s, Ray made clothes for many bands including Motley Crue and Bon Jovi. Rob wore these 2 jackets during the ‘Turbo’ album era. This will have been 1985/86 These 2 were also worn for the ‘Locked In’ and ‘Turbo Lover’ promo videos.
Letter from David Corke to The Marquee Club talking of payment agreement. Gig Date Sept 19, 1974
15 years since i seen rob in preist, painkiller tour i think. Scorpions as support to great, amazing gig, alister.
'Brum Beat' magazine featuring news of Judas Priest 'Ram it Down' release, described as 'lumbering crap' and 'puerile nonsense'!
Judas Priest Revolution promo single signed by artist Mark Wilkinson (2005)
Acquired from Andrew Smith Judas Priest programme 1979 A4
Two Judas Priest performance contracts (1971)
Photos from the video shoot for Johnny Be Good.
1972 gig contract. 2J's Club Braintree. 15 pounds in payment.