Judas Priest Vocalist Rob Halford Marks 37 Years of Sobriety


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Rob Halford of Judas Priest is honoring his 37th year being sober with a heartfelt video

Judas Priest vocalist Rob Halford just passed his 37th anniversary of being sober. He celebrated the news with a personal and emotional video message to fans.

On Instagram, Halford shared the video, talking about why he’s so thankful and proud to be sober for more than three and a half decades. View the video message from Halford below.

“Hello everyone. Today marks my 37th year of my sober life, one day at a time,” he states in the video message. “When I look at this commemorative coin, I’m full of love for my higher power and grateful to you because having you in my life helps me maintain my focus making the best I can in all areas of metal as well as trying to be a better person by taking a daily inventory.”

“I believe we never stop growing and searching to find ways to do anything that improves not only our lives but also for all those we love,” he continues. “None of this is easy and it wasn’t meant to be. We constantly have to work and dig deep into every aspect of ourselves to stay clean and sober.”

He wraps up the personal video stating, “To those of you on this same journey, I send my unconditional love. And to those of you who are about to begin, please take that first step into your new life. I love you.”

In other news, Judas Priest have been busy on the road in support of their latest studio album, 2018’s “Firepower.” The band is also commemorating more than 50 years as a unite, and their current tour celebrates that milestone with songs from Judas Priest’s entire catalog.


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