"It's almost like there's a new chapter starting": Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson takes us inside his autobiography

George Garner

The name Bruce Dickinson has already come to mean a lot of things over the years: Iron Maiden singer, solo artist, aviator, fencer, BBC radio broadcaster, author, filmmaker, award-winning beer brewer and entrepreneur. Today, he is adding the role of interviewer to his voluminous CV.

Sat down in Phantom Music Management’s London offices with a cuppa in hand, his sofa separated from Music Week’s by a looming bust of Maiden’s undead mascot Eddie in full pharaoh headdress, our interviewee begins ...

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