MetalConcerts.net conducted an interview with THE IRON MAIDENS, the world's only female tribute to the legendary band IRON MAIDEN, when the group performed at Estdio Emme in So Paulo, Brazil on June 18. You can now watch the chat below.
Formed in 2001, these five women Kirsten "Bruce Chickinson" Rosenberg, Linda "Nikki McBURRain" McDonald, Wanda "Steph Harris" Ortiz, Elizabeth "Devina Murray" Schall and Courtney "Adriana Smith" Cox comprise excellent musicianship with an elaborate stage show with effects and appearances from IRON MAIDEN mascot, "Eddie", and other theatrical characters that have gained the band national and international recognition. This female musical force has the energy and chemistry reminiscent of IRON MAIDEN itself.
THE IRON MAIDENS is:
* Kirsten Rosenberg (a.k.a. Bruce Chickinson) - Lead Vocals * Linda McDonald (a.k.a. Nikki McBurrain) - Drums * Wanda Ortiz (a.k.a. Steph Harris) - Bass * Courtney Cox (a.k.a. Adriana Smith) - Guitar * Heather Baker (a.k.a. Dee Murray) - Guitar
For more information, visit www.theironmaidens.com.
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