Steve Harris British Lion Tickets
Steve Harris’s British Lion & The Picturebooks tickets are available and the prices are really good. This will certainly excite heavy metal and hard rock fans all over North America. If you are one too, then make arrangements to get those passes soon. Celebrated British heavy metal musician Steve Harris and his band British Lion are gearing up for a mega 2020 trip around North America beginning in mid-January. Blues-rock duo The Picturebooks will be joining them as special guests. British Lion will be playing close to 20 concerts during their 2020 North American Tour in places like Houston, Orlando, Tampa, Memphis and Nashville among others. Tickets are selling like hotcakes and you should get yours now!
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Steve Harris: The Multi-Talented Genius
Veteran English bassist, musician, songwriter, keyboardist and backing vocalist Steve Harris has been around since the 1970s. He is best known as the founder and longest-serving member of Grammy-winning heavy metal band Iron Maiden. While the group has seen multiple personnel changes since its inception in 1975, Harris has been its one ever-present fixture.
Over the years, Harris’s distinctive bass playing style has won him plenty of admirers. One of these is known as the “gallop” which can be found on the hit Iron Maiden singles “The Trooper” and “Run to the Hills.”
During his time with the band, Harris has taken up a variety of roles. These include being a bass player, backing vocalist, album producer and keyboard player among others.Born in Leytonstone (East London), he is considered one of the finest heavy metal bassists in history.
Steve Harris and British Lion
Apart from his work with Iron Maiden, Harris has been involved in a number of solo and group projects throughout his career. One of these is British Lion which is both the name of his debut solo album (released in 2012) as well as a band he has played with since the early 1990s.
In his own words, Harris considers the record “a side project” rather than a solo album since he prefers working within a group. A lifelong fan of London’s West Ham United soccer club, the Essex native has taken British Lion on two separate European tours.
The upcoming North American adventure will be their first on this side of the Atlantic. It will be in support of the band’s latest album The Burning. Fans will be able to enjoy all of the new singles as well as the best ones from years gone by. To be part of a grand night of hard rock and heavy metal music, get Steve Harris’s British Lion & The Picturebooks tickets today.
A very decorated performer, Harris’s list of accolades includes wins at the Grammys, BRIT Awards, Bandit Rock Awards, Juno Awards, Metal Storm Awards, Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards and the Kerrang! Awards among others.
The Picturebooks are a unique bunch, to say the least. This German biker-musician musician duo has been around since the late 2000s. Having started off in their native land, they have been winning the hearts of North American music aficionados with their catchy lyrics and exciting tunes in recent times.
They released their debut album List of People to Kill in 2009. Subsequent albumsArtificial Tears (2010) and Imaginary Horse (2014) really got the blues-rock community talking about this unconventional act. In 2019, The Picturebooks released their fifth album The Hands of Time which has been well-loved by fans everywhere. Catch them at their best during the upcoming tour with Steve Harris’s British Lion.
Steve Harris British Lion Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Steve Harris British Lion tickets is $50. The date and location for this event is 20-Feb-20 at Gramercy Theatre, New York. The minimum get-in price for Steve Harris British Lion tickets is $43.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Steve Harris' British Lion & The Picturebooks||New York||20-Feb-20||$50||$43|
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