Ex-IRON MAIDEN Singer DI'ANNO Performs In Italy: Photos Available
A number of high-quality photos of former IRON MAIDEN singer Paul Di'Anno performing live in Italy last weekend (Torino on May 12, Verona on May 13 and Bologna on May 14) have been posted online at Metalchroniques.com. Di'Anno played the shows with the backing of the Italian MAIDEN tribute band CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED. The setlist for the gigs was as follows:
02. Ides Of March
05. Marshall Lockjaw
06. Murders In The Rue Morgue
07. The Beast Arises
08. Children Of Madness
09. Remember Tomorrow
11. The Living Dead
12. Faith Healer
14. Phantom Of The Opera
15. Running Free
16. Blitzkrieg Pop (RAMONES cover)
Di'Anno has just re-released his 2000 effort, "Nomad", with a few track list alterations, under the title "The Living Dead" (Cleopatra Records). The package comes with a bonus DVD that contains the music video for "The Living Dead" and an exclusive in-depth, tell-all interview in which Di'Anno discusses his days with IRON MAIDEN.
(Thanks: Olivier Breuleux / Metalchroniques.com)
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