Steve Harris wants Iron Maiden to be remembered as a “bloody good live band” once they’re gone.
Although Iron Maiden has a Grammy under their belt, as well as their recent induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Harris hopes the band will be remembered for their energy onstage.
“I don’t mind that we’re not in things like that,” Harris said in a new interview with Rolling Stone. “I don’t think about things like that. It’s very nice if people give you awards or accolades, but we didn’t get into the business for that sort of thing. I’m certainly not going to lose sleep if we don’t get any sort of award, not just that one, any award. … With what we do, whatever comes of it is great. Whatever doesn’t come of it is great too.”
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