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WELCOME TO THE LEGACY PROJECT



NEW IRON MAIDEN RECORDING SURFACES


BEFORE THE SOUNDHOUSE TAPES




It’s been a long time coming and a hell of a job piecing things together but Maiden77 is pleased to announce the launch of it’s own LEGACY project website dedicated to the members of the great Iron Maiden.  Spanning the decades, we aim to bring you previously unseen pictures and exclusive tracks that some may never have heard of before, featuring ex-members of Iron Maiden, from the early years in the ‘70s to right up to what they are doing in the present here and now.


Legacy Project Concept

A celebration of rock music featuring Airforce, GV1 and Buffalo Fish, with it's roots in Maiden77 the premier Iron Maiden early history fan site.  Members of Maiden77 have now embarked upon the Legacy Project.  The Legacy Project aims to showcase the musical legacy of former members of Iron Maiden and promote the current bands and projects of said former members, not forgetting the musical legacy of those no longer with us.  One of the Legacy Project aims is to raise money for charity in the name of the former members, while organising band reunions and meet and greets and gigs etc, enabling fans to obtain autographs and signed memorabilia, allowing previously unobtainable access to musicians and music we are sure any fan would love.

Meet and greets arranged so far include former Iron Maiden members;

Tony Moore keyboard Player



SEE WHAT THESE FORMER IRON MAIDEN LEGENDS DOING NOW?

Doug Sampson Iron Maiden's The soundhouse tapes drummer Airforce
Dennis Wilcock, Iron Maiden's second vocalist GV1 and v1 founder
Iron Maiden guitarist, Bob Sawyer a.k.a Rob Angelo Nitro, Praying Mantis
Terry Wapram Iron Maiden guitarist V1 and Buffalo Fish





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