IRON MAIDEN Singer To Lay Down Backing Vocals For Solo Album This Week

IRON MAIDEN fan site has uploaded a scan of an interview published with MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson published in today's edition of the S:2 magazine (a Sunday supplement in the Sunday Express newspaper). The three-page article deals mostly with Dickinson's upcoming Discovery Channel show "Flying Heavy Metal", but also touches upon his upcoming solo album (Bruce is laying down backing vocals this week for the CD, which includes a song about the Wright brothers).

On a fun note, Bruce states that he cut his hair not to start looking like Gandalf. Apparently he didn't want to look like an idiot either, for he also turned down a proposal to participate in a "Survivor"-type reality TV show.

Check out a scan of the entire article: Page#1, Page#2, Page#3.


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