Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Says He Would Like To Choose His Replacement If He Couldn’t Sing Anymore

During an interview with Daily Star, Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson said he would want the band to continue without him if he was unable to sing anymore. In that event, he would even go as far as choosing his own successor.

Dickinson said the following:

”If tomorrow I don’t feel able to sing more than four songs a night, I’d like the guys to continue and I should be able to choose my replacement. I would stick my head in from time to time and the other singer would do the rest.”

He continued:

“When you look at Keith Richards, who suffers from arthritis, he’s not on top form every night but he’s supported by other guitarists. It’s The Rolling Stones. I don’t think it upsets anyone. In any case, everything I’ve said isn’t going to happen.”

He also added the following when asked about a possible hologram concert:

“That’s hell on earth. I really don’t understand the point of it.”

[via NME]

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