Iron Maiden's Paul Di'Anno Running Free Again With Post Prison Live Return
Di'Anno made his live comeback at the Festa Della Birra Di Fabrica in Rome, Italy on August 27, his first gig since an early release from a UK prison in May.
Paul served just over two months of a nine month sentence for benefit fraud. In March, Di'Anno (real name Paul Andrews) plead guilty to eight counts of benefit fraud amounting to more than £45,000; he was expected to serve at least four-and-a-half months in prison before being eligible for parole. more on this story
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