Quick Takes: Judas Priest & Queensryche, Vince Neil, Ace Frehley

Judas Priest have rolled out 29-date North American fall tour with special guests Queensryche. The trek launches on October 13th at Wallingford, Connecticut’s Toyota Oakdale Theatre and wraps on November 29th in Houston, Texas at 713 Music Hall. (Loudwire)
JUST ANNOUNCED: Judas Priest / Queensryche North American tour dates (subject to change):
October 13 – Wallingford, CT – Toyota Oakdale Theatre
October 15 – Albany, NY – MVP Arena
October 16 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall Fenway
October 18 – Uniondale, NY – Nassau Veterans
October 19 – Wilkes-Barre, PA – Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
October 21 – Kalamazoo, MI – Wings Event Center
October 22 – Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple Theatre
October 24 – Cincinnati, OH – The Andrew J Brady Music Center
October 25 – Waukegan, IL – Genesee Theatre
October 27 – Green Bay, WI – Resch Center Theater
October 29 – Moline, IL – TaxSlayer Center Moline
October 30 – Mankato, MN – Mayo Clinic Event Center
November 1 – Sioux City, IA – Tyson Events Center
November 2 – Rapid City, SD – The Monument
November 7 – Ontario, CA – Toyota Center
November 8 – Tucson, AZ – TCC Arena
November 10 – Loveland, CO – Budweiser Events Center
November 12 – Park City (Wichita), KS – Hartman Arena
November 13 – St. Charles, MO – The Family Arena
November 15 – Corbin, KY – The Corbin Arena
November 17 – Southaven, MS – Landers Center
November 18 – Baton Rouge, LA – Raising Canes River Center
November 20 – Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Center
November 22, 23 – San Antonio, TX – Tech Port Center & Arena
November 25 – Dallas, TX – The Factory in Deep Ellum
November 26 – Corpus Christi, TX – Concrete Street
November 28 – Edinburg, TX – Burt Ogden Arena
November 29 – Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall

 

Airing on Sunday, June 26th at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET on Reelz is the two-hour official documentary, Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil: My Story. Neil’s tragic story of addiction, excess, and death will feature newly filmed commentary by his bandmates Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx, along with Slaughter’s Dana Strum, as Neil sheds light on “the heartbreak of losing a young child to being arrested for driving under the influence after causing a crash that killed his friend, Hanoi Rocks drummer Nicholas ‘Razzle’ Dingley.” (Blabbermouth)

 
Kiss co-founder Ace Frehley has cancelled all his 2022 European concert appearances. Frehley was set to play such high-profile gigs as the Czech Republic’s Masters Of Rock and UK’s Steelhouse Festival. The organizers of Masters Of Rock said in a statement, “Unfortunately, we will not see the original guitarist of the famous band Kiss and subsequently the successful solo artist Ace Frehley at Masters Of Rock this year! We are extremely sorry, but his management has canceled all his planned summer shows in Europe. The changes are sometimes really unpredictable, and so is the official reason for canceling his show: ‘Due to unforeseen circumstances Ace Frehley’s performance has been cancelled.'” (Blabbermouth)