STEVE HARRIS' Daughter To Support IRON MAIDEN On First Leg Of Next Year's Tour
Lauren Harris — daughter of IRON MAIDEN bassist Steve Harris — has been confirmed as the support act for IRON MAIDEN on the first leg of next year's Somewhere Back In Time World Tour.
Says MAIDEN manager Rod Smallwood, "We're very happy to have Lauren and band travelling with us again this year and be part of this great tour as after all she is literally part of the 'MAIDEN family.' Everywhere she performed with us last year she received a great reaction in front of both MAIDEN audiences and festival crowds as well and it's also good to have a support band along with us throughout this first leg of the tour as part of the travelling party our 757 which as you can see on the website is taking shape very nicely!"
Lauren toured all over the world while during 2006 and finished off last year with European tours with THE ANSWER and supporting ALICE COOPER in the UK. This year kicked off with a extensive European tour with WITHIN TEMPTATION.
Currently on a UK tour with THUNDER, Lauren will be putting the finishing touches on her debut album in the next few months.
Lauren Harris live in Cardiff, UK December 11, 2006:
On the road with Lauren Harris
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