On Tuesday, May 14th, Judas Priest swung through The Paramount Theater in Huntington, New York, on the latest leg of their Firepower world tour. British rock veterans Uriah Heep opened the show, but all eyes were on Rob Halford and Co., who tore through an epic, career-spanning 18-song set that included classics like "Breaking the Law" and "Hell Bent for Leather," as well as rarities such as "(Take These) Chains" and "Tyrant." Photographer Kevin Wilson was there to catch all the action — check out some of his standout shots below.
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