Paul Cairns was a guitarist in Iron Maiden briefly in 1979. He was the first guitarist in three years to play alongside founding member Dave Murray, who had handled all previous guitar duties by himself after returning to the band in 1977.A member of the band during the recording of the famous "Soundhouse Tapes" sessions, cut at Spaceward Studios,Cambridge,the results of which,led to major interest from the music establishment,and massive further exposure for Iron Maiden.Paul later left the band to persue a more relaxed lifestyle! Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal band from East London. ... This page refers to the year 1979. ... Dave Murray can refer to: Dave Murray: One of the guitarists for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden Dave Murray: A Canadian alpine skier who was one of the 1970s group of skiers known as the Crazy Canucks Dave Murray: KTVI chief meteorologist This is a disambiguation page â a navigational...
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Paul is the author of Keeper of the Faith, a biography of Dr Jim Cairns.
PAUL STRANGIO: Yeah well theres certainly a truth that what happens when the Cold War evaporates that you get a sort of rapprochement between so many of these people that for thirty or forty years were torn apart.
Paul one of the things that you bring out in fact is that Gwens family actually come from up that way, that there were family connections to the North Coast of NSW.
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