PAUL DI'ANNO reschedules postponed US tour dates for May/June Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 14:50

PAUL DI'ANNO, the former frontman of Iron Maiden, has had to reshedule his planned tour of the US. The trek has been postponed until June as the musician had not secured a proper working visa to be able to enter the country.


The new dates are:


May 30 - Santa Ana, CA - The Observatory
May 31 - Las Vegas, NV – Vamp'd
Jun. 01 - Corona, CA - Marquee 15
Jun. 02 - Ramona, CA - Ramona Mainstage
Jun. 05 - Savage, MN – Neisen's
Jun. 06 - Chicago, IL - Double Door
Jun. 07 - Westland, MI - Token Lounge
Jun. 08 - Kenosha, WI - Brat Stop
Jun. 09 - Pittsburgh, PA - Dead Horse
Jun. 13 - White Marsh, MD - House Of Rock
Jun. 14 - Poughkeepsie, NY - The Chance
Jun. 15 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theatre
Jun. 16 - Amityville, NY - Revolution
Jun. 17 - New York, NY - B.B. King
Jun. 20 - Corpus Christi, TX - Zeros
Jun. 21 - Dallas, TX - The Boiler Room
Jun. 22 - Loredo, TX - Average Joe's
Jun. 23 - San Antonio, TX - Backstage Live


Di'Anno completed his first North American tour in early 2010, 17 years after he was deported following a prison term for guns and drug offenses. In 2011 Di'Anno was jailed after he falsely collected U.K. government benefits by claiming he suffered nerve damage to his back that prevented him from working. Due to a number of health issues, including a knee problem which will require surgery soon, Di'Anno announced in July that he will stop touring next year.


And, yes, I did just put this news up so I could use this impressive photograph!