THE IRON MAIDENS To Play Two Shows As Backing Band For PAUL DI'ANNO

THE IRON MAIDENS, the Los Angeles-based "world's only female tribute to IRON MAIDEN" (featuring drummer Linda McDonald of the long-running hard rock act PHANTOM BLUE), will be former MAIDEN singer Paul Di'Anno's backing band for two shows in California:

Dec. 26 - San Juan Capistrano, CA - Coach House
Dec. 27 - Redondo Beach, CA - Brixton

Commented McDonald: "[We] are soooooooo looking forward to it! This is gonna rawk!!!!"

MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell makes a guest appearance on THE IRON MAIDENS' latest CD/DVD combo, "Route 666". This Japanese import includes four new studio tracks plus a live DVD with multi-camera footage. It was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Bob Kulick.

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THE IRON MAIDENS performing live - February 2008:


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