Ex-Iron Maiden Star Blaze Bayley On Post-Coronavirus Shows: “I Think It’s A Different Reality”

The talented musician Blaze Bayley, who was a member of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden between 1994-1999, commented about the post-coronavirus shows and stated Rocking With Jam Man that he thinks that it will be a different reality.

When he was asked about what he thinks touring will look like a post-coronavirus pandemic, Blaze Bayley said, “Nobody can say. I don’t know what it will be like. I don’t even know if it will start. The future is unknown. What we have to do is listen to what the World Health Organization says – …”

He added, “I think it’s a different reality. And I don’t think it’s healthy to look at the future, and I don’t think it’s healthy to guess about it. We’re not in the future, we’re not living in the future — we’re right here right now, and all the time that we try to live in the future and think about something better, we’re not living right now. And this is when we have to live, and the decisions that we make each day and each moment right now, that will dictate our lives in the future.”

Blaze Bayley pointed out that people should live the present, not past or future. “We have to live now. We have to rise up, we have to get up, take responsibility for our lives and try and do the best we can right now every day. Forget about the future – it’s not coming, it’s not here. Live now, and that way we might get to a future.”

Watch the entire interview below.

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