Thank you Ghost. I'm going to contact Classic Rock. Still, right now I'm doing the devil's advocate, to get this as sharp as we can: That (whole) article can still be true, except from the period, when it happened. edit: Sorry, I mean to say that Clive could have left Maiden during a USA tour leg, but not because of the actual death of his father, but because of something else. Perhaps his father was very ill and they thought he would die soon. And he (or Classic Rock!) might have mixed this trauma (with Clive's return to Maiden where things did not feel as good) up with the death of his father (a second dark day for him in 1982, after which the band soon told him to leave). So, Clive or Classic Rock could have made a mistake (connecting two ill tidings, while they actually were separate ones), rather than saying the whole article is bullshit. The case about the date of death of Ronald Ernest Bertram Burr is closed. Not the search for the exact period in which Nicko has performed with Maiden in 1982.