Dirty Deeds Biography
Hard Rock - Great Britain
London-based Dirty Deeds's greatest support has come from Iron Maiden bassist/vocalist Steve Harris, who signed them to a two-CD deal with the Beast Records label that he owned with Rod Smallwood of Sanctuary Music Group, and recorded their debut album, Danger Of Infection , in his Barnyard Studio.
After touring on the British club circuit and serving as opening act on UFO's Walk On Water UK tour, in early 1998, Dirty Deeds spent eight months as opening act for Iron Maiden's Virtual XI tour.
Releasing their second album, Real World , in October 1999, Dirty Deeds remained as busy as ever. In addition to headlining their own shows, they spent three months touring with Iron Maiden's Metal 2000 tour.
With their contract with Beast fulfilled, Dirty Deeds took a much needed break from music. Resurfacing in late 2002, the band's name was shortened to Deeds. They continue to work with Harris on their third album.