On October 29, former IRON MAIDEN singer Paul Di'Anno will hold an in-conversation afternoon at the Cart & Horses in Maryland, London, the pub that is billed as "the birthplace of IRON MAIDEN."
In addition to "a chat and a pint" with fans, Di'Anno will take part in question-and-answer session moderated by veteran U.K. music journalist Malcom Dome.
Di'Anno will discuss the early days of IRON MAIDEN and his life and career following his exit from the band. A meet-and-greet will follow, during which fans will have the opportunity to get any items signed and take photos.
Tickets are available at this location.
Di'Anno recorded two classic albums with IRON MAIDEN before being replaced by Bruce Dickinson. He went on to front a number of other bands, including KILLERS and BATTLEZONE, and released several solo records.
Di'Anno has battled a number of health issues in recent years. He reportedly underwent an operation in 2016 to remove a "rugby ball-sized abscess" on his lungs and required a knee-replacement operation on both knees after getting involved in several motorcycle accidents over the years. As a result, Di'Anno was forced to sit down while performing at his most recent shows.
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