"Maybe for a soon to be recorded new CD. Looking for some feedback. Leave comments on You Tube channel or here," posted Di’Anno.
This week, Di’Anno is playing a series of shows in France, as he returned to the concert stage a few months back, following his early release from a UK prison in May.
Paul served just over two months of a nine month sentence for benefit fraud. In March, Di’Anno (real name Paul Andrews) plead guilty to eight counts of benefit fraud amounting to more than £45,000; he was expected to serve at least four-and-a-half months in prison before being eligible for parole.
Di’Anno was charged after investigators at the Department of Work and Pensions received an anonymous tip-off that he was still performing live, despite saying he was unable to work. They reviewed YouTube videos of him onstage as recently as 2006, despite him claiming incapacity benefit since 2002.
Upon his prison release, Di'Anno updated fans on his status, saying: "Back home again, and looking forward to 'Running Free Again', and seeing you all in a few weeks. Thanks for all the birthday wishes too. Also, relieved to say, I managed not to drop the soap! :)"
Paul Di’Anno – Black Boots (demo)
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