BLAZE To Headline Italian Charity Concert

January 24, 2005

BLAZE, the British band led by former IRON MAIDEN/WOLSBANE frontman Blaze Bayley, have issued the following update via their official web site:

"It was planned that the band would take some time off for the first part of this year, however, Luca [Princiotta, BLAZE guitarist] made us aware of this worthwhile charity and it was agreed that we would love to support this very worthwhile cause.

"BLAZE will headline the 'Metal Battle For Children' charity show in Italy on 12th February. Support will be SCALA MERCALLI. The charity show is for the children of 'Casa Issakar', an O.N.L.U.S. organization that is taking care of family-less children. This will take place at Circolo RGB venue ( situated in Montegranaro, Ascoli Piceno.

"For anything you need about tickets and facilities please send an email to the promoter A.M. Live Management ([email protected])."

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