Member:
1977-1981 Iron Maiden - vocals  
1983-1985 Di'Anno - vocals  
1985 Gogmagog - vocals  
1985-1989 Battlezone - vocals  
1990-1991 Praying Mantis - vocals  
1990-1997 Killers - vocals  
1995-1996 The Original Iron Men - vocals  
1998 Battlezone - vocals  
1999 The Almighty Inbredz - vocals  
1999-2000 Paul Di'Anno - vocals  
2000 Di'Anno - vocals  
2001-2003 Killers - vocals  
2003- Paul Di'Anno - vocals  
2005- Paul Di'Anno & The Phantoms Of The Opera - vocals  
Live musician:
2008 The Iron Maidens - vocals  
Guest musician:
2005 Destruction - vocals  
2011 Legions Of Crows - vocals  
2011 Wolfpakk - vocals  
2011 Attick Demons - vocals  
2012 Scelerata - vocals  


Personal information

Born on: 17.05.1959

Paul Andrews (born 17 May 1959, in Chingford, Essex), better known as Paul Di'Anno, was the first prominent vocalist in the band Iron Maiden from 1978 to 1981.

In his post-Maiden career, Di'Anno has issued numerous albums over the years, as both a solo artist and as a member of such bands as Gogmagog, Di'Anno, Battlezone, Praying Mantis, and Killers.

In the mid-'90s, rumours began to surface that Di'Anno might be rejoining Maiden (after the exit of Dickinson in 1993), but the speculation proved to be false, as Maiden hooked up with former Wolfsbane vocalist Blaze Bayley, before reuniting with Dickinson in 1999.

By the dawn of the new millennium, Di'Anno was living in Brazil, still playing music and releasing his latest solo album, Living Dead, in 2006.

Paul has had several businesses outside of the music industry which have included an internet cafe and a hotel/restaurant in England, which he has now sold.

He currently lives in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

Source: Wikipedia