Former MAIDEN Frontman Issues Message Of Support For Ailing Drummer

Former IRON MAIDEN frontman Paul Di'Anno has issued a message of support for ex-MAIDEN drummer and former bandmate Clive Burr, who is suffering from multiple sclerosis. Here is Paul's statement in its entirety:

“I am very sad indeed to hear about Clive's current health condition and I really hope and pray that there will be a major improvement for him soonest. I have always admired Clive as a wonderful person and also as a brilliant drummer too.

“During my early career, I shared some of very my best times alongside Clive, and I have nothing other than good memories of him.

Clive, you can fight this, so hang on in there mate and if there's anything at all that I can do, just call me and I'll be there! —Paul


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