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K.K. Downing reads this page and your comments below. If you have any feedback or questions for Millworkers in your mind feel free to leave a comment below.
Just wanted to say I've been a huge fan since the beginning of JP and KK has always been my favourite muscian. It was the unplugged version of Diamonds and Rust that got my 13yr old daughter started in guitar. Sadly, we lost her when she was 14 yrs old in 2012 from a heart transplant gone bad. I just wanted to let you know that you KK, had inspired my daughter. It was a great pleasure for her to play, and I thank you for that. We still have her first pink electric guitar. Dale.
I need somebody’s help with something on here I have a vinyl of British steel from Judas Priest and I would really like to get a hold of the band or their management so if anybody has an email or something that I can go off of that would be very helpful
Dear KK: I just returned to the Midwest after a long trip. When I arrived in Madison, WI, I went staightway to Strictly Discs and ordered your live CD, "Unleashed In The East." I understand what you mean about the "...stealth metal..." that Judas Priest is known for. In fact, I can hear the "stealth" of the guitars as only Judas Priest has played, both live & studio. I'm really sad you have left the group...but I will always have you in my ears...I don't think I'll make the Finland show...Love you...Rose Byrd
Happy B-day K.K.! I use to play in a metal band Iron Mistress,we did alot of J.P. electric eye hellion,desert plains,hot rockin,headin out,green man,ripper,hot rockin,another thing,breakin,living,and alot of SAXON too! we 2 guitars w/marsh. stacks,we were booked all over cny. and has some originals too.LOVE THE PRIEST FOR EVEA!
Happy Birthday Kenny!
Wishing you a very Happy Birthday. Love my Judas Priest!
Happy Happy Birthday my dear friend.
Sorry mate for being you. We want you back.
As a new fan, it's great to have this website to browse through. However, it would be great if KK blogged more! Although we understand that he is probably usually very busy, many of us really like hearing from him about what he's currently up to, whether it be in the form of a blog post or video. This is a great website, though, and I check it weekly.
Just wanted to say thanks for doing the "Toys in the Attic" video. I almost felt like I was hanging out at Astbury Hall with an old friend. Very cool for an long-time fan like me! 🙂
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