Judas Priest bassist Ian Hill said it’s “entirely up to” guitarist Andy Sneap whether he stays with the band after their Firepower tour or not.
Andy Sneap replaced longtime Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton after he announced that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Tipton has not performed with the band since then.
Hill said, “It is something to be discussed, really. Andy is now, these days, first and foremost a producer. Whether he wants to go back and do that full time or not, it’ll be a mutual decision when the time comes.” He added, “Andy will be more than welcome to stay.”
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