There is still time to get your tickets for the Steve Harris tribute show. This amazing event will showcase the stunning music of Steve Harris – the SHY visionary who was sadly taken from us in October 2011, just after the release of the acclaimed album SHY.

Tickets are available from the Asylum website

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  1. wayne price

    July 22, 2013

    Just a small note to say how much I enjoyed Friday night. Great to see Deb again and also people I hadn’t seen for over 25 years!!
    The band were great and did a great job of honouring Steve. Unfortunately, I had to leave early to get my last train back to Worcester so I missed Tony Mills performing. However, I had a great time and it made me realise how much I miss Brum.
    You are all legends and hopefully this tribute show won’t be a one-off.

  2. Thanks Wayne – good to get the chance to talk to you mate. Glad you enjoyed it.

    Cheers, Joe

  3. It was great to see you too Wayne, Steve often mentioned you and wondered how you were….he would be pleased to know you made the show and the memories you have of your friendship can’t ever be taken away x

  4. Cheers Deb. One of my earliest memories of Steve was when we both at school (Dame Elizabeth Cadbury) and he asked me what I thought of heavy metal. The words ‘heavy’ and ‘metal’ provoked images of loud, tuneless walls of noise to me. However, Steve brought in some UFO albums for me to borrow (Force It and Lights Out).
    WOW!! I had never heard music like this. It was nothing like I’d imagined. By Steve loaning these albums to me, it shaped my musical tastes for ever.
    I started letting my hair grow (which is impossible now!) and making trips to
    Brum Odeon with Steve to see bands like MSG, Whitesnake and Scorpions.
    They were great days and of course the good times continued when we were both old enough to get served beer!
    The Costers days were special and you’re right… those memories can’t ever be taken away.
    Look after yourself Deb and hopefully we’ll all meet up again soon.