Richie Faulkner, the guitarist for Judas Priest, says he'll never forget performing on stage alongside Glenn Tipton and K.K. Downing at the band's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.

And they wanted Faulkner to play at the concert even though he wasn't inducted into the Rock Hall with Downing and the rest of the band.

That resulted in a Judas Priest "three-guitar onslaught" by Faulkner, Downing, and Glenn Tipton, which Faulkner calls "amazing," regardless of whether it 

It was an adventure to be in that three-guitar attack with Glenn and K.K. Who knows if it was a one-time event or something to remember in the future?

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Priest received a special Musical Excellence Award that allowed them to be admitted into the Hall of Fame this year

while Eminem, Dolly Parton, Duran Duran, Eurythmics, Pat Benatar, Lionel Richie, and Carly Simon were all given direct inductions.

You've Got Another Thing Coming, Breaking The Law, and Living After Midnight were the three songs Priest played during their three-song set.

He tells Metal Rules: "Well, for me, it was great. Obviously, I'm a huge Priest fan — I have been for a long time and always will be. 

So to be part of a three-guitar-attack team, which Priest has never been before, as far as I'm aware.