Judas Priest bassist Ian Hill told the Lethbridge Herald in a new interview the band didn’t expect Glenn back for any more shows in the immediate future.
Here’s the statement:
“Glenn isn’t feeling that well at the moment.”
He further added:
He came out for the first show in Florida but I can’t see him coming out for the rest of the tour. But who knows with modern medicine?”
After being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, he passed on the torch to the producer Andy Sneap.
In recent appearances, he has come on stage and played songs such as:
“Metal Gods”, “Breaking The Law” and “Livin’ After Midnight”.