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Di'Anno

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
London, later São Paulo, Brazil
Status:
Changed name
Formed in:
1983
Genre:
Melodic Rock (early), Heavy Metal (later)
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Last label:
Perris Records
Years active:
1983-1985, 1998-2001
The "Nomad" line-up is pictured to the top, and the original band to the bottom.

Di'Anno was the first project by Paul Di'Anno after he was fired from Iron Maiden. This group was originally called Lonewolf but after disagreement with a group already called Lone Wolf, they changed their name and ended up recording only one album under the simple moniker of Di'Anno. On the tour Paul refused to ...
Last known
Paul Di'Anno Vocals (1983-1985, 1998-2001)
See also: Paul Di'Anno, ex-Battlezone, ex-Gogmagog, ex-Killers, Rockfellas, ex-Iron Maiden, ex-Praying Mantis, ex-The Almighty Inbredz, ex-The Pedophiles
Felipe Andreoli Bass (1998-2001)
See also: Angra, Freakeys, Karma, Kiko Loureiro, Bittencourt Project (live), Fábio Laguna (live), ex-Firesign, ex-Almah, ex-Paul Di'Anno, ex-Vox
Aquiles Priester Drums (1998-2001)
See also: Freakeys, Hangar, Midas Fate, Noturnall, Fábio Laguna (live), Tony MacAlpine (live), ex-Angra, ex-Paul Di'Anno, ex-Almah (live), ex-Edu Falaschi
Paulo Turin Guitars (1998-2001)
See also: ex-Battlezone
Chico Dehira Guitars (1998-2001)
See also: ex-Karma
Past
Kevin Browne Bass, Vocals (backing) (1983-1985)
Dave Irving Drums (1983-1985)
P.J. Ward Guitars, Vocals (backing) (1983-1985)
Lee Slater Guitars, Vocals (backing) (1983-1985)
Mark Venables Keyboards, Vocals (backing) (1983-1985)
Past (Live)
Frank Noon Drums (1984)
See also: Atomic Mass, ex-Def Leppard, ex-Stampede, ex-Lionheart, ex-Roadhouse, ex-The Next Band, ex-Waysted, ex-Wild Horses
Paul Di'Anno Vocals (1983-1985, 1998-2001)
See also: Paul Di'Anno, ex-Battlezone, ex-Gogmagog, ex-Killers, Rockfellas, ex-Iron Maiden, ex-Praying Mantis, ex-The Almighty Inbredz, ex-The Pedophiles
Felipe Andreoli Bass (1998-2001)
See also: Angra, Freakeys, Karma, Kiko Loureiro, Bittencourt Project (live), Fábio Laguna (live), ex-Firesign, ex-Almah, ex-Paul Di'Anno, ex-Vox
Aquiles Priester Drums (1998-2001)
See also: Freakeys, Hangar, Midas Fate, Noturnall, Fábio Laguna (live), Tony MacAlpine (live), ex-Angra, ex-Paul Di'Anno, ex-Almah (live), ex-Edu Falaschi
Paulo Turin Guitars (1998-2001)
See also: ex-Battlezone
Chico Dehira Guitars (1998-2001)
See also: ex-Karma
Kevin Browne Bass, Vocals (backing) (1983-1985)
Dave Irving Drums (1983-1985)
P.J. Ward Guitars, Vocals (backing) (1983-1985)
Lee Slater Guitars, Vocals (backing) (1983-1985)
Mark Venables Keyboards, Vocals (backing) (1983-1985)
Past
Frank Noon Drums (1984)
See also: Atomic Mass, ex-Def Leppard, ex-Stampede, ex-Lionheart, ex-Roadhouse, ex-The Next Band, ex-Waysted, ex-Wild Horses
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Added on: 2002-08-24 01:02:09 Last modified on: 2014-06-22 07:27:15
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