IRON MAIDEN: New Video Interview With STEVE HARRIS Available
A two-minute video interview with IRON MAIDEN bassist Steve Harris, conducted by NME.COM ahead of the band's appearance at this year's Download festival, which is taking place June 8-10 at Donington Park, Leicestershire, England, has been posted at YouTube.
IRON MAIDEN's performance at this year's Download festival on Sunday, June 10 will be streamed online at www.dowloadfestival.co.uk.
As a grand finale to their festival/stadium summer tour, IRON MAIDEN will perform a special one-off performance at London's Brixton Academy on Sunday, June 24 in aid of The Clive Burr MS Trust fund. This will be IRON MAIDEN's final U.K. appearance for at least a year, and will be the last time they will perform this year's special set list of songs from their latest album "A Matter of Life and Death" and the LP "The Number of the Beast". The show will be the last chance to see the spectacular stage production that the band have been performing with around the world, including Eddie and his tank up close for the last time. Special guests will be LAUREN HARRIS and eight-piece Indian rock act PARIKRAMA, who came to the band's attention when they supported MAIDEN in Bangalore in March, and will be the first time an Indian rock band has toured the U.K.
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