THE IRON MAIDENS: Rocking Out In Huntington Beach

February 15, 2002

THE IRON MAIDENS, L.A.'s all-girl tribute to IRON MAIDEN that features in its ranks PHANTOM BLUE drummer Linda McDonald and guitarist Josephine, will perform at Kozmos (formerly The Lotus Lounge) in Huntington Beach, California on Saturday, April 13th. Also appearing at the show will be PROTOTYPE, NEW EDEN and the debut of HANGAR 18: A TRIBUTE TO MEGADETH. As previously reported, THE IRON MAIDENS will play at the “A Night of Metal” show (also featuring all-girl tribute to AC/DC, WHOLE LOTTA ROSIES) at Paladino's in Reseda, California on March 1st. In other news, THE IRON MAIDENS are currently planning a special benefit performance for former IRON MAIDEN drummer Clive Burr, who is suffering from multiple sclerosis — a disease of unknown cause. More information will be made available shortly.

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