STEVE HARRIS' Daughter To Open For IRON MAIDEN In Denmark

According to a posting on the IRON MAIDEN fan site, MAIDEN's European support act TRIVIUM will not be able to make it to the two sold-out shows in Denmark (November 9-10) and will be replaced for those gigs only by LAUREN HARRIS (photos) — daughter of IRON MAIDEN bassist Steve Harris.

Lauren's current solo band has a lineup of Ritchie Faulkner (guitar; also in VOODOO SIX) from U.K., Tom McWilliams (drums; JON SECADA, CRITICAL MASS) from U.S. and new bassist Randy Gregg (THIN LIZZY, ANGEL) also from U.S., who takes over from Miguel Gonzales (BRIAN HOWE).

Lauren Harris recently spent time in Miami, Florida recording a solo album with Grammy-nominated writer/producer Tom McWilliams.

A five-minute audio interview with Lauren Harris conducted on June 6 by Jim Bone of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA's WBSX-97.9X has been posted online in MP3 format at this location.

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