According to Dunmow Broadcast, former IRON MAIDEN guitarist Dennis Stratton has thrown his support behind a new rock school in Saffron Walden, England.
Offering “music lessons with a big difference,” Livewire is open on Monday evenings at The Friends Meeting House in the High Street, teaching electric guitar, drums, bass and keyboards.
“This is a great opportunity for people to learn and play music with professional musicians,” said Stratton.
Every lesson finishes with a 15-minute jam session with all students joining in well known rock and pop songs.
For more information, visit livewirerockacademy.co.uk.
Stratton participated in the recording and production of IRON MAIDEN‘s self-titled first album in December 1979. He also appeared in the home video recording “Live At The Ruskin” in early 1980 (released in 2004 as part of “The Early Days” DVD set), MAIDEN‘s first video “Women in Uniform”, the “Women In Uniform” single, some subsequent single releases, as well as in the band’s first appearance on British TV (“Running Free” performed live on “Top Of The Pops”) and the “Live!! +One” album.