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Pretty sure that's an M, Travis.
Maybe not common but I also experienced it at U2 in '97. To be fair I was a bit too excited for a U2 gig. The rest of the crowd at Maiden seemed lively enough, I just got stuck behind the worst two people! They gave in eventually though...Hahahahaha, seriously? They were at a heavy metal concert and wanted to people to stay quiet? Maybe clapping only?
Is this common in European concerts, btw?
Many of the gigs are sold out, even if the website doesn't list them as sold out. Florida is close to a sellout, it will sell out before the gig, and Tulsa and Las Vegas are both sold out.Kind of strange that none of the gigs seems to be sold out by now (especially the closest ones) if u go by iron maiden.com everything is still on sale
Uh, so what happened then?It could be less than 8 days... On Friday Nicko is scheduled to play at Yngwie's Guitar Gods festival. The promo says he will perform his set consisting of Maiden tunes (as he does at RNR Ribs). The question is will he perform with The McBrainiacs or will this be the first warm-up gig for Maiden in more than 20 years. The festival is in Miami and they are rehearsing in Miami. Also promo material doesn't say Nicko McBrain and The McBrainiacs as usual, it says just Nicko McBrain.
P.S. If that happens it probably won't be full set, I assume around 8-10 songs.
He sounds great but not fully recovered,you can hear that "shh" sounds here and there,but i think he will sing great,maybe not that good as previous tours but who cares! the guy is awesomeBruce looks very, very happy. Also, his voice sounds really good now compared with few months ago.
This video made me even more excited for São Paulo's show!
He sounds great but not fully recovered,you can hear that "shh" sounds here and there,but i think he will sing great,maybe not that good as previous tours but who cares! the guy is awesome
I guess that is one main reason they came up with a bigger stage show.It's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay better than that interview at Loudwire, that's for sure. That's the reason why they'll tour just 5 months in this first leg, to spare Bruce's vocal cords. I don't think it'll affect his performance (but i do expect a lot less of running around)
I guess that is one main reason they came up with a bigger stage show.