According to the IRON MAIDEN fan site MaidenFans.com, the Italian MAIDEN tribute band THE CLAIRVOYANTS, in collaboration with the Flash and Metal Shock magazines, is going to announce the second edition of the Flash & Metal Shock Anniversary Party that will take place in Italy next May.
Last year, during the first edition of this Anniversary Party, THE CLAIRVOYANTS performed on stage with two international special guests, Timo Kotipelto (STRATOVARIUS) and Blaze Bayley (BLAZE, ex-IRON MAIDEN), making these two gigs a really special event.
This year the Italian tribute band will perform with another extraordinary guest that will perform a full MAIDEN setlist plus many special surprises. The final announcement will be made next Monday, January 17 and now fans can vote to choose whom they would like to see with THE CLAIRVOYANTS.
On THE CLAIRVOYANTS' web site you can vote and choose between Andi Deris (PINK CREAM 69, HELLOWEEN), Fabio Lione (RHAPSODY), Andre Matos (ANGRA, SHAMAN), Ralph Scheepers (GAMMA RAY, PRIMAL FEAR) and John Bush (ARMORED SAINT, ANTHRAX).
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