IRON MAIDEN singer BRUCE DICKONSON adds Reykjavik, Iceland to his One-Man-Speaking Tour supporting his autobiography, “What Does This Button Do?”.
Bruce takes the stage Sunday December 16th at the truly beautiful venue Harpa, sharing stories and slides. Fans finally also get the chance to ask questions of the heavy metal icon. Ticket purchasers receive a signed copy of the his autobiography.
Airline Captain and Beer Brewer
Aside from decades spent as one of the worlds biggest heavy metal artists, Bruce has lived an extraordinary off-stage existence too.
A true polymath, he is; an airline captain, successful entrepreneur, a beer brewer, motivational speaker, film scriptwriter, novelist and author, radio presenter, TV actor and former international fencer.
“Dickinson is, as expected, a natural storyteller…what an inspirational and incredible man he is” – LOUD Magazine
“Dickinson isn’t your garden variety heavy metal legend…he is arguably THE metal legend” – Noisey
“Both insightful and entertaining” – Rolling Stone
Wrote 170.000 words by hand
During Iron Maiden’s The Book Of Souls World Tour, Bruce turned his creativity to writing his memoirs, by hand (in seven A4 notebooks, 170.000 words, no less).
In “What Does This Button Do?” Bruce shares, for the first time, the most fascinating recollections, including his thirty years with Maiden, the early days, his childhood within the eccentric British school system, going solo, flying Jumbo Jets and his battle with tongue cancer.
Behind the Scenes with Bruce at Harpa
The Spoken Word Tour includes a Storytelling part and a Question Answer Session. Audience to expect amusing behind-the-scenes stories, embarrassing pictures and bold answers when the rock legend, known as a brilliant storyteller, takes the stage at Harpa December 16th.