Maiden East Van




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The amazing Powerclown have been the world’s greatest Iron Maiden tribute band since 1978.

Near the end of an extensive 2001 comeback tour, Powerclown was recorded for posterity in performance at the Cobalt Hotel in Vancouver Canada.

The resulting 85-minute concert film remains a visceral document.

Powerclown at the top of their game.

All clown. All Maiden.


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“…the band’s performance makes POWERCLOWN: MAIDEN EAST VAN worth watching. Powerclown doesn’t clown around when it comes to their devotion to Iron Maiden…Singer Dixie Di’Anno has a voice reminiscent of Jello Biafra’s, and aggressive tremolo perfectly suited to this genre of music. The Cobalt crowd looks entertained. One guy ecstatically recites Maiden lyrics as Di’Anno sings them. And eventually a topless girl does get up onstage, a clear sign that, by the end of the night, the band’s message of love was being received.”

                                - Broken Pencil review



                                              RIVETING PERFORMANCES FROM THE FILM












                                                POWERCLOWN BEHIND THE SCENES








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POWERCLOWN

MAIDEN EAST VAN


filmed at the Cobalt Hotel  Vancouver, British Columbia

December 28, 2001


Front camera operator - Ziggy

Side camera operator - Jeff Carter

Audio recording - Brent Larmet


Director / Editor - Jeff Carter

Production Manager - James Richards


Production equipment provided by Indievisuals and Semprini Recording.


Thanks to “Edda”, John Gaunt, Jason and Wendi of Fullbore Productions, Walter and everyone at the Cobalt, Kim, Corey Cameron, Catlyn at Funhouse, Dan at Rocky Mountain Sound, Craig Wallace, and Boozy the Clown.

No thanks to Stripes


Produced in association with Ocular Tip Media, James Richards, Indievisuals,and Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society




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