KK Downing Got ‘Booster Jab’, Says He Wants To Make Sure He’s Here To Keep Swinging For Years To Come

KK DOWNING got 'Booster Jab', says he wants to make sure he's here to keep rocking for years to come

In a new interview with “I don’t ask anyone with Kevin Ray Lovulu”, former Priest Judas guitar player KK Downing He talked about the fact that he has been kept from concert halls during the coronavirus pandemic, and hasn’t been able to properly promote the recently released debut album of his new band. KK . priest. “It’s just annoying. It’s very annoying,” he said. “I really had a booster shot yesterday. I didn’t want it. I don’t think anyone would. It’s just the fact that my dear mom, you’re 88, and you live in fear that you might pass something up. I’ll never forgive myself. And that goes for everyone. And “because the thing is I like to go to concerts and things like that too, and because I’m my age, I suppose it kind of makes sense now.”

Point out the overwhelming positive response to KK . priestAnd Downing He added, “I love all of this, obviously. It’s a new decade of life. And there’s a long way to go so far. And I want to make sure I’m here to deliver it.”

Downing Join in Priest KK before Priest Judas singer Tim “Reaper” Owens (singing) with guitarist AJ Mills (hostile) , Guitar player Tony Newton (Sixth voodoo) and drummer Sean Elge (deathAnd Cage).

Priest KK‘s “Serious Sermons” The LP was released on October 1 via Explorer 1 Music Group/EX1 records.

Downing He spent four months writing and recording “Serious Sermons” Besides the new ideas, he revived some archived music tracks from the 1980s.

K formed KK . priest after Priest Judas He turned down his offer to join the band on the 50th Anniversary Tour. This was followed by two appearances on stage, first with the former manor guitar player Ross boss In the summer of 2019, then with a one-off lineup that included the former Mega Guitar player David Allavson and previously a priest drummer Why Binx later that year.

Downing the left a priest in 2011 amid allegations of a feud over the band, poor management, and deteriorating performance quality. has been replaced by Richie Faulkner, nearly three decades from his childhood.

in 2019, Downing He said he contacted him Priest Judas About participating in the group’s upcoming tour for the fiftieth anniversary but their response was that they weren’t interested in including him in the festivities.

in 2018, Downing He revealed that he sent two resignation letters to his bandmates when he decided to quit Priest Judas. The first was described as “a graceful exit note, implying a smooth retirement from the music”, while the second was “more grumpy, identifying all his frustrations with certain parties”.

Downing He later said that he thought the second letter was a “main reason” for not inviting him to rejoin a priest after Glenn TiptonThe decision to retire from tours.

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