Judas Priest Tour
|Concert by Judas Priest|
|Start date||25 November 1969|
|End date||20 April 1970|
|No. of shows||17|
|Judas Priest concert chronology|
This tour consisted of the early original line-up of the band featuring Al Atkins (vocals), Ernie Chataway (guitar), Bruno Stapenhill (bass) and John Partridge (drums). Previous member John Perry (guitar) was killed in an automobile accident, according to Atkins, shortly after the band's formation and was subsequently replaced by Chataway. This is not the same entity that would become the famous band in the ensuing years. This band would break up in mid-1970, and Atkins would join the singer-less band Freight featuring K.K. Downing and Ian Hill, changing their name soon after Atkins joined to the more familiar one known today.
- "Born to be Wild" (Steppenwolf cover)
- "Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran cover)
- Unknown Sonny Terry song
|25 November 1969||Walsall||England||George Hotel|
|21 December 1969||Dingwall||Scotland||Dingwall Town Hall|
|23 December 1969||Aberdeen||Beach Ballroom|
|27 December 1969||Montrose||Locarno Ballroom|
|31 December 1969||Inverness||Caledonian Hotel|
|5 January 1970||Fort William||The Crofter Bar|
|9 January 1970||Lossiemouth||Naval Base|
|10 January 1970|
|7 February 1970||Walsall||England||Masonic Hall|
|14 February 1970||Wednesbury||Wednesbury Community Centre|
|21 February 1970||Walsall||George Hotel|
|8 March 1970||Edgbaston||Club Westbourne|
|9 March 1970||Shrewsbury||Rugby Club|
|11 March 1970||Stourbridge||Old Swinford Hospital School|
|13 March 1970||Nottingham||Moor Farm Inn|
|15 March 1970||Hereford||Hereford Town Hall|
|20 April 1970||Cannock||Cannock Youth Centre|
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