PAUL DI'ANNO Interviewed On Chile's 'Punto Deporte'
Former IRON MAIDEN singer Paul Di'Anno was interviewed for the Chilean TV show "Punto Deporte" during his short tour of Chile in early April 2010. The segment, which includes live performance, can be viewed below.
Di'Anno completed his first U.S. tour in over 15 years in January/February with support from Pittsburgh traditional metallers ICARUS WITCH (who also served as Di'Anno's backing band for the tour).
When asked by Vue Weekly in a 2009 interview about the possibility of releasing a new studio album in the not-too-distant future, Di'Anno replied, "We did five new tracks in Germany [in 2008] — it's very industrialized — but we got in a bit of an argument with the record company and we told them to piss off, basically. So I kept them songs and a friend of mine in Salisbury down in Southwest England, handed me 16 pieces of music so I'm going to go away when I have a bit of time and see what I can come up with for that."
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