BRUCE DICKINSON Performs IRON MAIDEN Classics During TRIBUZY Appearance

IRON MAIDEN frontman Bruce Dickinson performed a total of five tracks during his guest appearance with the TRIBUZY project (led by Brazilian musician Renato Tribuzy) at the first of three scheduled dates in Brazil this weekend. According to a posting on the MAIDEN fan site, "[Bruce] came up the stage [halfway through] the show [at the Credicard Hall in São Paulo on Friday, Nov. 11] to sing a TRIBUZY song called 'Beast in the Light'. Afterwards, his band played a modified version of 'Tears of the Dragon' which was a little [heavier] than the original. Bruce played three more songs, all of them from IRON MAIDEN: 'Be Quick or Be Dead', 'The Evil That Men Do' and 'Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter'. [For] the last one, 'Bring Your Daughter', all the TRIBUZY [guest musicians] came up onto the stage [to] sing the song together: Ralph Scheepers [PRIMAL FEAR], Andreas Kisser [SEPULTURA], Mat Sinner [PRIMAL FEAR], Jeff Scott Soto [SOUL SIRKUS, ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN], Roland Grapow [MASTERPLAN, ex-HELLOWEEN], Kiko Loureiro [ANGRA] and, of course, Tribuzy. They played with six guitars and a lot of stuff."

TRIBUZY and all the guest musicians are scheduled to peform at the Chevrolet Hall in Belo Horizonte, Brazil Sunday night (Nov. 13).


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