ex iron lady lead singer Paul DianoHaving been undergoing physiotherapy and lymphatic drainage in Croatia in preparation for his upcoming knee surgery, he gave his first concert in seven years at Bikers Beer Factory in Zagreb last night (Saturday 21 May).The show has been filmed and parts of it will be included in a DianoDepend on Wes Olsowskico-director and producer of the critically acclaimed 2010 film “Lemmy” related motorcycle head icon.
Zagreb concert is free to attend and held as a way of thanks PaulThanks to their fans for their help during the most difficult time of his recovery.The show takes place the day before the broadcast iron ladyShow at the Zagreb Arena.
Video and photos taken by fans of last night’s show can be found below.
Diano Recorded two classic albums iron lady — the 1980 work of the same name, and “Killer” 1981 – After being fired and Bruce Dickinson. He went on to lead a number of other bands including killer and war zoneand released several solo albums.
Diano Recently formed a new project with several Croatian musicians called war horse. war horse Went into the studio and recorded three songs, two of them—— “Stop the war” and “Inner Doubt” — Released as a special limited edition DVD single.
fundraiser PaulThe upcoming surgery is being coordinated by his friends and fans Castro Percioni from the UK and Stepandura From Croatia, working with other members war horse. All proceeds from the single will be used to pay Paultreatment and related needs.
In February, Diano told “Josh Jayden” The podcast says his health is “better” than it was a few months ago, but notes that he still has “a lot of work to do — a lot of physio and stuff like that.”
Paul Continue to slam the UK’s free-to-use point National Health Service (NHS), saying: “Fuck NHS It sucks. I am their defender. But the nurses are great and all the workers are great.This is fucking bureaucratic crap – management and the people who run this company NHS Just downright assholes. But the poor heroes – the nurses and the staff – they were great but their hands were tied. So they don’t know what to do. They just dumped me. “
DianoHe, who turns 64 on May 17, outlined some of the recent health issues he has faced that have kept him from performing for seven years.
“I have sepsis [when an infection you already have triggers a chain reaction throughout your body] In 2015, it nearly killed me,” he said. “I was in a hospital in England for eight months. You have a critical 45 minutes to inject as many antibiotics as you can in your body before you die, and they managed to do it, which is great. Then I spent eight months in the hospital and three months in a nursing home. While I was there doing work, I got MRSA while visiting the hospital [Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, an infection caused by a type of staph bacteria that’s become resistant to many of the antibiotics used to treat ordinary staph infections] Twice, in the hospital. That’s it. So it’s been stalling things and stalling things…then they take this knee out and put this cement thing in. It should only be there for a year. The first time they put it in, it broke, so they cut me open again and put another in. That one is still inside. Although it has been in it for so long, it can become poisonous.So what the fuck are they doing over there NHS? “
Diano He reportedly underwent an operation in 2016 to remove a “football-sized abscess” in his lungs and required knee replacements on both knees after being involved in multiple motorcycle accidents over the years.