Ex-IRON MAIDEN Singers DI'ANNO And BAYLEY To Perform Duet At Turkey's ROCK THE NATIONS Festival
Former IRON MAIDEN vocalists Paul Di'Anno and Blaze Bayley are expected to team up for a duet as part of their appearance at the Rock The Nations Open Air Festival in Istanbul, Turkey early next month, according to the festival's organizers. The three-day event, which is scheduled to take place July 2-4 at the Maslak venue, will feature performances by both Paul Di'Anno's new solo band (dubbed SCREAMING MONKEY) and Bayley's BLAZE project. The complete list of bands currently scheduled to appear at the festival is as follows:
CIRCLE II CIRCLE
LAKE OF TEARS
MORE THAN EVER
PAIN OF SALVATION
German hard rock singer Doro Pesch will also appear at the Rock The Nations festival as a special guest of the festival organizers. She will reportedly be making a special appearance on stage with "surprise bands."
For more information, visit www.rockthenations.net.
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