Blaze Bayley has decided to take things into a whole new direction. After losing out to Paul DiAnno in a Rock/Paper/Scissors competition that cost him the slot as new old Iron Maiden vocalist, Bayley announced that he has decided that music is not the place for him. Blaze Bayley had this to say about his new venture:
“Selling homes is something that I’ve found myself passionate about ever since I had to sell mine because of being flat ass bloody broke. I understand the struggle of us fallen stars who have now sell our homes because of being kicked out of bands or not being invited to join reunion tours. That is why I am so excited to launch a home selling business solely for That’s why I have launched Futureal Estate”
Since launching earlier this month, Bayley’s client list features former rock stars Steven Adler (Guns N’ Roses), CC Deville (who Bayley recently helped to sell his broken down RV residence), and former Judas Priest frontman, Tim “Ripper” Owens.
“Blaze Bayley and his amazing Futureal Estate really helped me to downsize from my 2 bedroom house that I could once afford as the singer for Judas Priest to my brand new studio apartment above Leon’s Liquor and Lotto store”, said Owens. “Futureal Estate is there for us rockers who just need to roll out of our homes and into more humble abodes.”
Over the Top tried to contact Steven Adler for a comment but we were told that the homeless shelter only allows incoming phone calls for clients between 5pm and 7pm Monday through Friday.