Former IRON MAIDEN Singer Announces European Live Dates

Former IRON MAIDEN frontman Paul Di'Anno and his all-Italian backing band, dubbed SCREAMING MONKEY (consisting of former members of the MAIDEN tribute band CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED), have announced the following live dates during the coming months:

Feb. 26 – Thunderoad - Codevilla (PV), ITA
Feb. 27 - Ju Bamboo - Savona, ITA
Feb. 28 - Ganesh - Latina, ITA
Feb. 29 - Uagamama - Pordenone, ITA
Mar. 11 - Black Jack - Frauenfeld, SWI
Mar. 12 - Case à Choc - Neuchâtel, SWI
Mar. 13 - Rocking Chair - Vevey, SWI
Mar. 14 - Safari Beat Club - Chur, SWI
Mar. 17 - Rauma - Raumanlinna, FIN
Mar. 18 - Tavastia - Helsinki, FIN
Mar. 19 - Waild-Hulla Pullo - Vaasa, FIN
Mar. 20 - Klubi - Tampere, FIN
Jul. 04 - Rock The Nations Open Air Festival - Istanbul, TUR
Jul. 16 - The Bikers Festival - Faro (The Algarve), POR

SCREAMING MONKEY's current lineup consists of Carlo Micheletti, Luca Fortini, Gianluca Calanca and Matteo Panzavolta.


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