BLAZE Announce Third Annual BIG BASH

On December 27, former IRON MAIDEN frontman Blaze Bayley and his band return to JB's Dudley for the third annual BLAZE Big Bash. In its first year the band played songs from their sophomore effort, "Tenth Dimension", for the first time. Last year, the band recorded their first live album, "As Live As It Gets", at the Big Bash with MAIDEN classics "Virus", "Sign of the Cross" and others. This year, the band have promised a signing session, competitions, raffle and the first-ever live performance of tracks from their as-yet-untitled third studio release.

Tickets cost £10.00 and are available from and the Way Ahead 24-hour credit card hotline on +44 (0) 115 9120000, JB's ticket office on +44 (0) 1384 253597 or on the door at JB's, 15 Castlehill, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 4QF.

The gig is open to all ages until the end of the live set. At this point the venue will only be open to over 18s for the rock disco. Entry is free to those attending the Big Bash.


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