Iron Maiden's Steve Harris Reveals Only Downside To British Lion

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(Classic Rock) Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris says the one and only downside of touring with his solo band British Lion is the amount of snoring he can hear when their tour bus stops.

It's a far cry from hitting the road with Iron Maiden, who used a customised jumbo jet for this year's The Book Of Souls world tour.

But he argues that there are other advantages to playing smaller venues with his side-project, who plan to release a live album and a second studio album during 2017.

Harris tells Planet Rock: "The bus is great - apart from all the snoring. When the bus stops I can't deal with that, I've got to say.

"But that's the only downside, really. I do like being on the bus, and the meet-and-greet with fans. It's nice to see people so happy in a photo with you and all that.

"I can't do that with Maiden, really. There's too many, and we tend to go straight off the back of the gig and fly to the next place anyway. With this it's a bit different." here.

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