The Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson was on Skavlan a Norwegian-Swedish television talk show hosted by journalist Fredrik Skavlan. On this 11 minutes interview he talked about concerts, being in shape and telling about his battle with cancer and how he found he had the disease on Google.
In 2015, Dickinson underwent seven weeks of chemotherapy and radiation therapy for a cancerous tumour found at the back of his tongue. Dickinson’s medical team expected him to make a full recovery as the tumour was discovered in the early stages. On 15 May, Dickinson was given the all-clear by his specialists.
Iron Maiden announced new european dates for 2018 “Legacy of The Beast”. Following the successful “Book Of Souls” global tour of 2016-17 they will get back on the road again next year with a series of arena and festival shows in Europe, opening in Tallinn, Estonia on May 26 and finishing at the O2 Arena, London on August 10.
You can see the dates here
The concept for the “Legacy Of The Beast” world tour was inspired by the band’s mobile game and comic book of the same name and the stage set design will feature a number of different but interlocking “worlds” with a set list covering a large selection of eighties material with a handful of surprises from later albums to add diversity.
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