Review: Metal gods Judas Priest dig deep with Uriah Heep at Rogers Place

When your band is 50 years old, the easiest way to please a crowd is to just play a string of hits, decade by decade, inking the obvious checkboxes. The harder way is to roll out deeper cuts and knock it out of the park with your new songs — music that’s going to feel fresher to you than something you wrote in the early ’80s that you’ve sung thousands of times. Read More


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