Bruce Dickinson

Bruce Dickinson

English singer-songwriter, fencer, airline pilot and, most notably, frontman of legendary heavy rock outfit Iron Maiden.

Dickinson, who has also performed and recorded as a solo artist, left Iron Maiden in 1993, rejoining the band in 1999 and continuing to split his time between the band and solo projects.

He released his debut album, "Tattooed Millionaire" in 1990, followed by: "Balls to Picasso" (1994), "Skunkworks" (1996), "Accident of Birth" (1997), "The Chemical Wedding" (1998), "Tyranny of Souls" (2005), "Scream for Me Sarajevo: A Story of Hope in a Time of War" (2018), plus 2024's: "The Mandrake Project".

In 2017 he published his autobiography, "What Does This Button Do?".

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