IRON MAIDEN: Drummer To Perform At Guitar Show, Bassist To Play At Soccer Tournament

IRON MAIDEN drummer Nicko McBrain will be performing at The London Guitar Show at The Wembley Conference Centre on May 8 and 9. McBrain will be performing a set on Saturday on the Marshall Amplification stand at around 12.30 p.m. and on Sunday around 3:00 p.m. Also playing with Nick are wizard guitarist Geoff Whitehorn, Phil Hilborne and BAD COMPANY bassist Jaz Lochrie. Tickets are £8.50 in advance, £11 on the door. The London Guitar Show is the only place in the country to see all the guitar manufacturers and distributors under one massive roof!

In other MAIDEN-related news, bassist Steve Harris will be playing with his Maidonians football team at the annual Soccer Six tournament at Goodison Park on Sunday, May 9. For more information and tickets, visit


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