BLAZE BAYLEY To Perform With Italian IRON MAIDEN Tribute Band
After the big success with STRATOVARIUS singer Timo Kotipelto, Italian IRON MAIDEN tribute band THE CLAIRVOYANTS will lead the second leg of the Flash and Metal Shock magazines' anniversary party. On May 29 at Indians Sallon in Bresso (Milano), THE CLAIRVOYANTS will be joined by former MAIDEN singer Blaze Bayley.
As always, THE CLAIRVOYANTS will open the show with tons of classic MAIDEN tunes and Blaze will join on stage in the second half of the show. Blaze will sing many songs from his MAIDEN era, some classic tunes and some material from the solo career. And, as very special gift for all the fans, he will sing with the band a MAIDEN song that has never been performed by MAIDEN or BLAZE. On THE CLAIRVOYANTS' official web site, fans can now vote for the song that they want to hear performed on May 29. Blaze will also celebrate his birthday that day.
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