There are no plans for Ken “K.K” Downing to rejoin Judas Priest.
According to bassist Ian Hill, “there’s no plans for have Ken back.” Speaking to Riff Magazine, Hill spoke positively about Richie Faulkner replacing Downing after he decided to part ways with the band. “It’s a difficult call,” he said. “I mean, Richie took over from Ken. He’s done an absolutely tremendous job, he really has. And he’s made Ken’s parts his own now. He’s got his own angle on the lead breaks. Ken’s part’s been taken, and there’s no plans to have Ken back, really. Hey, listen, never say never. But at the moment, we’re going along quite well without Ken, so it could stay like that. I think, at least for the foreseeable future.”
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