JUDAS PRIEST Management Co-Ordinator Jayne Andrews has contacted BLABBERMOUTH.NET to refute a widely-circulated report that PRIEST guitarist Glenn Tipton was in attendance with his son at the opening-night gig of HALFORD's current mini-tour at House Of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday night (Feb. 1). Says Jayne: "I believe there is a story on your site about Glenn Tipton of JUDAS PRIEST apparently being spotted in the audience of Rob Halford's show in Vegas... For your information this is total rubbish — Glenn has not been back to the States since the US tour finished last August — he was not in Vegas and was not at any of Rob's shows. Whoever said they were talking to him at the show were wrong because Glenn is in the UK working on new material — we would therefore be grateful if you could correct this as soon as possible."


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