IRON MAIDEN Frontman To Help Unveil Eddie Action Figure

IRON MAIDEN frontman Bruce Dickinson will reportedly join McFarlane Toys founder Todd McFarlane on Tuesday, February 12th at the American International Toy Fair in New York City (Toy District and at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center) to unveil McFarlane's new action figure of the band's mascot, Eddie. Plans call for a media event from 11 AM to 1 PM EST that day, with major organizations such as MTV, VH1 and Rockline all confirmed to cover the event. In a bonus for Todd and Bruce fans, both McFarlane and Dickinson will be live on the Rockline radio show on Monday, February 11th. The show goes live at 11:30 PM EST. Fans can speak direct to Todd and Bruce by calling 1-800-344- ROCK. You can also e-mail questions to [email protected] For a list of stations that carry the show, visit the unofficial Rockline site at www.drchuck.net/rockline. The official Rockline site, www.rocklineradio.com, goes live later this month.

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