Source: YouTube

Former Judas Priest guitarist K.K. Downing may have performed with the band during their Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction, but the pleasantries seemed to have ended there.
Downing said in a new interview, “[Priest’s] manager told us that we were guests of the band — me and [former drummer] Les Binks. I’m going, ‘F*ck off.’ If anything, I’m a guest of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, but I’m there to accept my own award in my own right. I’m not a guest of anybody.”
He continued, “And then they were gonna dictate the songs and what was gonna [be] play[ed]. So I said, ‘Oh, f*ck. Should I bother doing this?’ You know what I mean? ‘Can I be really bothered?’ And then people were saying, ‘You’ve gotta go. It’ll never happen again, obviously, in your lifetime. You deserve this.’
Downing concluded, “And anyway, so I decided, ‘Okay, I’ll go.’ But, obviously, we were kept separated and not allowed to walk the red carpet together, which is all very sad, but that’s the way that they wanted it.”

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