Drummer who used the metal music group Iron Maiden from 1979 until 1982. He also used groupings including Trust and Alcatrazz. He made an appearance on Iron Maiden’s initial three albums, like the discovery album The amount of the Beast, which he co-wrote “Gangland.” He was known for his white drum package, which he donated in 2005 to London’s Hard Rock and roll Cafe. He and his partner Mimi had been both identified as having multiple sclerosis; he finished up within a wheelchair and intensely in debt due to his medical expenses. He was in comparison to Ian Paice by Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith.
|1||Was Iron Maiden's drummer from 1980-82.|
|2||Had suffered from multiple sclerosis (MS) for many years.|
|3||Iron Maiden often perform charity concerts to help aid his finance toward his condition of multiple sclerosis and toward the Clive Burr MS Trust Fund.|
|4||Formed in 2004, he is patron of the charity "Clive Aid", a charity which raises awareness and finances, by staging rock concerts, for differing world wide cancer and multiple sclerosis benefits'.|
|Me Me Me||2011||Cogmagog|
|Class of Nuke 'Em High||1986||original songs|
|Classic Albums: Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast||2001||Video documentary writer: "Gangland", "Total Eclipse"|
|Iron Maiden: Visions of the Beast||2003||Video documentary||Himself - Drummer|
|Classic Albums: Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast||2001||Video documentary||Himself - Drums|
|Iron Maiden: 12 Wasted Years||1987||Video documentary||Himself / Drums|
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