German hard rock vocalist Doro Pesch and MASTERPLAN frontman Jorn Lande will perform with the IRON MAIDEN tribute band THE CLAIRVOYANTS at two Italian shows as part of the 2006 installment of the Flash magazine birthday party. The dates are as follows:

Mar. 24 - Trezzo (Milano), ITA @ Live Club
Mar. 25 - Firenze, ITA @ Ministry

Pesch and Lande are expected to perform their favorite MAIDEN tunes, as well as other metal classics. After the show with THE CLAIRVOYANTS, they will meet and greet all their fans for a photo and signing session where the new Doro and Lande albums will be exclusively played for the first time.

The 2004 edition of the Flash magazine party featured STRATOVARIUS singer Timo Kotipelto and ex-MAIDEN frontman Blaze Bayley. The 2005 edition saw THE CLAIRVOYANTS performing with ex-ANGRA and current SHAAMAN vocalist Andre Matos.



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