JUDAS PRIEST Representative: SANCTUARY Have No Say In Management Of Band
JUDAS PRIEST Management Coordinator Jayne Andrews has dismissed the suggestions that Sanctuary Group's recent acquisition of Trinifold Group — which handles PRIEST — will significantly impact the group's future activities.
"Some of you will have read about The Sanctuary Group acquiring Trinifold Management," Andrews said. "This is correct, but does not make any difference to the day-to-day running here!! Bill Curbishley/Trinifold Management still manage JUDAS PRIEST (and THE WHO, ROBERT PLANT and JIMMY PAGE) — nothing has changed there! The Sanctuary Group are not involved in the day-to-day management of the artists — that is and always has been dealt with by Bill Curbishley! I work directly for JUDAS PRIEST, so again nothing has changed. We know there are certain 'people' making comments about big changes, reading between the lines and me being out of a job etc. etc. This is all rubbish so please don't take any notice of it!"
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