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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Al_AtkinsAl Atkins - Wikipedia

    Alan John Atkins (born 14 October 1947) is an English heavy metal vocalist, best known for being the original lead vocalist and founder of Judas Priest.

  2. Judas Priest war ursprünglich eine im Jahr 1969 gegründete Blues-Band, die aus dem Sänger Alan Atkins, dem Bassisten Bruno Stapenhill, dem Schlagzeuger John Partige und dem Gitarristen John Perry bestand.

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  3. Alan Wolf Arkin war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, Sänger, Regisseur und Kinderbuchautor. Für seine Darstellung im Roadmovie Little Miss Sunshine wurde er 2007 mit dem Oscar als bester Nebendarsteller ausgezeichnet.

  4. Alan Atkins sang nur zwei Songs für Judas Priest im Studio ein: "Good Time Woman" und "We’ll Stay Together". Nach Atkins‘ Ausstieg im Jahr 1973 brachte Sue Halford, die Freundin von Ian Hill, ihren Bruder Rob als Sänger in die Band, wo er zunächst bleiben sollte.

  5. 22. Aug. 2007 · Stability in life is something that Judas Priest surely envy. They conquered America during the 1980s, yet were so impoverished at the start of their career that their original singer, Alan Atkins, was forced to quit when his wife became pregnant.

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  6. 8. Feb. 2024 · Al Atkins is no stranger to Judas Priest fans, he was the man who founded the band in the late 60s and gave it its name. Author of several songs that were included in the first two Judas Priest albums, and co-author of one of the greatest songs in Judas Priest and heavy metal history; Victim Of Changes. I had the opportunity to ...

  7. 24. März 2024 · Real/full name: Allan John Atkins. Age: 76 (born Oct 14th, 1947) Place of birth: United Kingdom (Birmingham, West Midlands, England) Gender: Male. Trivia. In 2009, published his part-autobiography, Dawn of the Metal Gods, co-written with Neil Daniels, in which he covers Judas Priest 's early years.