Former Iron Maiden Singer Paul Di'Anno Pondering Retirement
And he's still upset over the "official" reason given for his departure from Iron Maiden in 1981.
He's back on the road after serving a prison sentence for benefit fraud. Last year he pled guilty to claiming over £45,000 through being unable to work because of back problems – even though he was playing gigs all over the world at the time.
But his thoughts are beginning to move beyond the live arena. He tells Let There Be Rock: "It's what I do, and it's what I love, but it's not everything. The everything is my family. When I leave this, there's no return for me – I'm done.
"I am tired. I work very hard." .
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