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Rob Halfordthe singer and co-founder of the classic heavy metal band Judas Priest, in a high resolution print, produced from the original acrylic painting portrait of artist Spiros Soutsos . Buy now a  high quality reproduction of this piece of art, on premium glossy poster print or canvas print.

All of our prints are not mass but individually produced. Choose the print type and size you like. As to canvas print you have the additional option to order it framed, stretched on wooden bars and “ready to hang”on your wall.

If you need a different size or any special requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us!

This art-print will definitely attract attention in any room, especially in your living-room. It looks far better in person than this little web jpeg!

Rob Halford was born in 25 August 1951. He is an English singer-songwriter, who is best known as the lead vocalist for the Judas Priest, the heavy metal band that has sold over 45 million albums to date. In Birmingham, Halford co-founded Judas Priest with the bass guitarist Ian Hill. Halford who was a former cinema manager, joined the band as singer, bringing with him drummer John Hinch from his previous band, Hiroshima. The two other members of the band were the guitarists K.K Downing and Glen Tipton. The band debuted with the single “Rocka Rolla“in August 1974, before releasing an album of the same name a month later. The second album was the heavy metal masterpiece Sad Wings of Destiny (1976)..

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  • canvas-prints-stretchedAll canvas prints are rolled in a durable cardboard tube and shipped within 2-4 business days of your order date.
  • The stretched on wooden bars canvas prints, are carefully packed and shipped within 3-5 business days of your order.

We ship priority and express mail.  Please note - we are located in Europe and shipping overseas sometimes takes 2-4 weeks. You'll have the tracking number for secure.

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