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Formed: 1975 (40 years ago)


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Iron Maiden are one of Britain’s most internationally successful and influential heavy rock bands of all time. Founded by bass guitarist and chief songwriter Steve Harris on Christmas Day 1975 in London’s East End, they have gained critical respect and a fanatically loyal worldwide following despite lack of TV or radio support. The band have sold over 90 million albums and played over 2000 concerts in 59 countries together with their instantly recognisable, iconic mascot Eddie who adorns every album cover, single cover and t-shirt and makes an onstage appearance at all their live shows.

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Iron Maiden are one of Britain’s most internationally successful and influential heavy rock bands of all time. Founded by bass guitarist and chief songwriter Steve Harris on Christmas Day 1975 in London’s East End, they have gained critical respect and a fanatically loyal worldwide following despite lack of TV or radio support. The band have sold over 90 million albums and played over 2000 concerts in 59 countries together with their instantly recognisable, iconic mascot Eddie who adorns every album cover, single cover and t-shirt and makes an onstage appearance at all their live shows.

Their debut album Iron Maiden (1980) and follow-up Killers (1981) featured vocalist Paul Di’Anno who was replaced by Bruce Dickinson for their ground-breaking 1982 album The Number Of The Beast, which catapulted the band to international stardom. With a line-up now in place comprising Harris, Dickinson, guitarists Dave Murray and Adrian Smith, and drummer Nicko McBrain replacing original drummer Clive Burr, Maiden recorded and toured relentlessly throughout the rest of the 80’s releasing a further four studio albums; Piece Of Mind (1983), Powerslave (1984), Somewhere In Time (1986) and Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (1988). Their seminal Live After Death double album in 1985 was recorded at Long Beach Arena, California and Hammersmith Odeon, London during their grueling ‘84/85 World Slavery Tour when the band played 193 concerts in just 11 months, of which 110 took place in North America.

The new decade saw the departure of Adrian Smith and the arrival of guitarist Janick Gers for 1990’s No Prayer For The Dying and 1992’s Fear Of The Dark albums. When Bruce Dickinson decided to leave the band in 1993 to explore a solo career he was replaced by vocalist Blaze Bayley for 1995’s X Factor and 1998’s Virtual XI. However, the arrival of the millennium heralded the return of both Bruce and Adrian to the band for the 2000 album Brave New World, with Janick Gers remaining in the line-up, thus establishing Maiden as a six-piece band. They continued touring throughout the 2000s, releasing the live Rock in Rio (2002) after their headline performance at the legendary Brazilian festival in January 2001. This was followed by the release of three more studio albums, Dance Of Death in 2003, A Matter Of Life And Death in 2006 and their most recent, 2010’s The Final Frontier which would become Maiden’s most successful album chart-wise to date, reaching #1 in 28 countries including Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Japan, Sweden and the UK, and their highest chart debut in the U.S. reaching #4 on The Billboard 200.

The 21st century has seen a continuation of Maiden’s popularity with their pioneering Somewhere Back In Time tour which in February 2008 took the band 50,000 miles around the world in just 45 days. This was made possible by the band traveling in a customized Boeing 757, named Ed Force One by the fans. The plane was piloted by Bruce Dickinson who is a qualified airline captain, and carried band, crew and 12 tons of stage equipment across five continents resulting in the award-winning documentary/concert film and DVD Flight 666. Two compilation albums Somewhere Back In Time (2008) and From Fear To Eternity (2011) between them feature classics such as “Run To The Hills,” “The Trooper” and "The Number Of The Beast," live favorites "Fear Of The Dark," "Wrathchild" and "Iron Maiden" plus more recent hits "The Wicker Man," "Different World" and the Grammy-winning "El Dorado," encapsulating the best loved songs from Maiden’s career to date. The band closed their most recent tour, the Maiden England World Tour, in July 2014 at Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth, UK having played 100 shows in 32 countries to well over two million fans.

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Iron Maiden are one of Britain’s most internationally successful and influential heavy rock bands of all time. Founded by bass guitarist and chief songwriter Steve Harris on Christmas Day 1975 in London’s East End, they have gained critical respect and a fanatically loyal worldwide following despite lack of TV or radio support. The band have sold over 90 million albums and played over 2000 concerts in 59 countries together with their instantly recognisable, iconic mascot Eddie who adorns every album cover, single cover and t-shirt and makes an onstage appearance at all their live shows.

Their debut album Iron Maiden (1980) and follow-up Killers (1981) featured vocalist Paul Di’Anno who was replaced by Bruce Dickinson for their ground-breaking 1982 album The Number Of The Beast, which catapulted the band to international stardom. With a line-up now in place comprising Harris, Dickinson, guitarists Dave Murray and Adrian Smith, and drummer Nicko McBrain replacing original drummer Clive Burr, Maiden recorded and toured relentlessly throughout the rest of the 80’s releasing a further four studio albums; Piece Of Mind (1983), Powerslave (1984), Somewhere In Time (1986) and Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (1988). Their seminal Live After Death double album in 1985 was recorded at Long Beach Arena, California and Hammersmith Odeon, London during their grueling ‘84/85 World Slavery Tour when the band played 193 concerts in just 11 months, of which 110 took place in North America.

The new decade saw the departure of Adrian Smith and the arrival of guitarist Janick Gers for 1990’s No Prayer For The Dying and 1992’s Fear Of The Dark albums. When Bruce Dickinson decided to leave the band in 1993 to explore a solo career he was replaced by vocalist Blaze Bayley for 1995’s X Factor and 1998’s Virtual XI. However, the arrival of the millennium heralded the return of both Bruce and Adrian to the band for the 2000 album Brave New World, with Janick Gers remaining in the line-up, thus establishing Maiden as a six-piece band. They continued touring throughout the 2000s, releasing the live Rock in Rio (2002) after their headline performance at the legendary Brazilian festival in January 2001. This was followed by the release of three more studio albums, Dance Of Death in 2003, A Matter Of Life And Death in 2006 and their most recent, 2010’s The Final Frontier which would become Maiden’s most successful album chart-wise to date, reaching #1 in 28 countries including Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Japan, Sweden and the UK, and their highest chart debut in the U.S. reaching #4 on The Billboard 200.

The 21st century has seen a continuation of Maiden’s popularity with their pioneering Somewhere Back In Time tour which in February 2008 took the band 50,000 miles around the world in just 45 days. This was made possible by the band traveling in a customized Boeing 757, named Ed Force One by the fans. The plane was piloted by Bruce Dickinson who is a qualified airline captain, and carried band, crew and 12 tons of stage equipment across five continents resulting in the award-winning documentary/concert film and DVD Flight 666. Two compilation albums Somewhere Back In Time (2008) and From Fear To Eternity (2011) between them feature classics such as “Run To The Hills,” “The Trooper” and "The Number Of The Beast," live favorites "Fear Of The Dark," "Wrathchild" and "Iron Maiden" plus more recent hits "The Wicker Man," "Different World" and the Grammy-winning "El Dorado," encapsulating the best loved songs from Maiden’s career to date. The band closed their most recent tour, the Maiden England World Tour, in July 2014 at Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth, UK having played 100 shows in 32 countries to well over two million fans.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Iron Maiden are one of Britain’s most internationally successful and influential heavy rock bands of all time. Founded by bass guitarist and chief songwriter Steve Harris on Christmas Day 1975 in London’s East End, they have gained critical respect and a fanatically loyal worldwide following despite lack of TV or radio support. The band have sold over 90 million albums and played over 2000 concerts in 59 countries together with their instantly recognisable, iconic mascot Eddie who adorns every album cover, single cover and t-shirt and makes an onstage appearance at all their live shows.

Their debut album Iron Maiden (1980) and follow-up Killers (1981) featured vocalist Paul Di’Anno who was replaced by Bruce Dickinson for their ground-breaking 1982 album The Number Of The Beast, which catapulted the band to international stardom. With a line-up now in place comprising Harris, Dickinson, guitarists Dave Murray and Adrian Smith, and drummer Nicko McBrain replacing original drummer Clive Burr, Maiden recorded and toured relentlessly throughout the rest of the 80’s releasing a further four studio albums; Piece Of Mind (1983), Powerslave (1984), Somewhere In Time (1986) and Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (1988). Their seminal Live After Death double album in 1985 was recorded at Long Beach Arena, California and Hammersmith Odeon, London during their grueling ‘84/85 World Slavery Tour when the band played 193 concerts in just 11 months, of which 110 took place in North America.

The new decade saw the departure of Adrian Smith and the arrival of guitarist Janick Gers for 1990’s No Prayer For The Dying and 1992’s Fear Of The Dark albums. When Bruce Dickinson decided to leave the band in 1993 to explore a solo career he was replaced by vocalist Blaze Bayley for 1995’s X Factor and 1998’s Virtual XI. However, the arrival of the millennium heralded the return of both Bruce and Adrian to the band for the 2000 album Brave New World, with Janick Gers remaining in the line-up, thus establishing Maiden as a six-piece band. They continued touring throughout the 2000s, releasing the live Rock in Rio (2002) after their headline performance at the legendary Brazilian festival in January 2001. This was followed by the release of three more studio albums, Dance Of Death in 2003, A Matter Of Life And Death in 2006 and their most recent, 2010’s The Final Frontier which would become Maiden’s most successful album chart-wise to date, reaching #1 in 28 countries including Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Japan, Sweden and the UK, and their highest chart debut in the U.S. reaching #4 on The Billboard 200.

The 21st century has seen a continuation of Maiden’s popularity with their pioneering Somewhere Back In Time tour which in February 2008 took the band 50,000 miles around the world in just 45 days. This was made possible by the band traveling in a customized Boeing 757, named Ed Force One by the fans. The plane was piloted by Bruce Dickinson who is a qualified airline captain, and carried band, crew and 12 tons of stage equipment across five continents resulting in the award-winning documentary/concert film and DVD Flight 666. Two compilation albums Somewhere Back In Time (2008) and From Fear To Eternity (2011) between them feature classics such as “Run To The Hills,” “The Trooper” and "The Number Of The Beast," live favorites "Fear Of The Dark," "Wrathchild" and "Iron Maiden" plus more recent hits "The Wicker Man," "Different World" and the Grammy-winning "El Dorado," encapsulating the best loved songs from Maiden’s career to date. The band closed their most recent tour, the Maiden England World Tour, in July 2014 at Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth, UK having played 100 shows in 32 countries to well over two million fans.

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