Trivia Crack Answer: Iron Maiden
About Iron Maiden and Bruce Dickinson
Bruce Dickinson is the lead singer of Iron Maiden. Iron Maiden is a heavy metal band from England. They are largely responsible for a British New Wave of Heavy Metal. Iron Maiden is one of the most successful metal band. Bruce Dickinson did not join the band until their third album, but this was around the time that Iron Maiden became successful. Due to legal issues with his former band, Dickinson could not be credited as a songwriter on the third album, The Number of the Beast. Dickinson was the singer for Iron Maiden from 1981-1993, when he took a break to focus on his solo career. He returned in 1999. Iron Maiden is still making music today, with their most recent album released in 2010. They went on a world tour from 2012-2014. Bruce Dickinson is not just the lead singer of Iron Maiden. He is also a commercial pilot, the presenter of a radio show, a fencer, and has created a beer, written novels and film scripts and hosted documentaries. Dickinson’s vocal range and operatic style have made him famous in his own right, apart from Iron Maiden. Dickinson has a vocal range of about 4 octaves and has been nicknamed ‘The Air Raid Siren’.