Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Announces Australian Speaking Tour

Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson will continue to promote his memoir, “What Does This Button Do?,” with a speaking tour in Australia. Each event will feature special Q&As with fans, and everyone that buys a ticket will get a signed copy of the book. Here’s the dates:

10/18 Sydney, AUS – Enmore Theatre
10/19 Melbourne, AUS – Palais Theatre
10/21 ANU Canberra, AUS – Llewellyn Hall
10/23 Newcastle, AUS – Civic Theatre
10/24 Brisbane, AUS – Eatons Hill Hotel

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Watch Fifth Episode Of Bruce Dickinson’s (Iron Maiden) “Warplanes Diaries”

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and Wargaming’s World Of Warplanes have shared the fifth episode of “The Bruce Dickinson Warplanes Diaries.” The series features ten educational videos about the classic World War 2 fighter and bomber aircraft, and the latest clip focuses on the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress.

Watch Fourth Episode Of Bruce Dickinson’s (Iron Maiden) “Warplanes Diaries”

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and Wargaming’s World Of Warplanes have shared the fourth episode of “The Bruce Dickinson Warplanes Diaries.” The series features ten educational videos about the classic World War 2 fighter and bomber aircraft, and the latest clip focuses on the de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito.

Watch Third Episode Of Bruce Dickinson’s (Iron Maiden) “Warplanes Diaries”

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and Wargaming’s World Of Warplanes have shared the third episode of “The Bruce Dickinson Warplanes Diaries.” The series features ten educational videos about the classic World War 2 fighter and bomber aircraft, and the latest clip focuses on the Focke-Wulf FW 190.

Iron Maiden Being Sued Over Songwriting Credits Again

Iron Maiden‘s Steve Harris and Dave Murray and their publishing company Imagem London Limited are being sued over songwriting credits once again. Attorney Barry McKay has filed a copyright dispute on behalf of the band’s former singer Dennis Willcock and Beckett’s Terry Wilson-Slesser, who are seeking damages in excess of £2 million (approximately $2.64 million). Willcock claims he wrote lyrics for “Prowler“, “Charlotte The Harlot“, “Phantom Of The Opera” and “Iron Maiden“ back in 1977, and that he also co-wrote “Prodigal Son” with Harris. As for Wilson-Slesser, he says the group lifted lyrics from Beckett‘s “Rainbow’s Gold“ for “Hallowed By Thy Name.” Iron Maiden’s representative issued a statement to The Sun saying “this is outrageous” and “absolutely ridiculous.” This news comes after a similar case was settled out of court.

Watch Second Episode Of Bruce Dickinson’s (Iron Maiden) “Warplanes Diaries”

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and Wargaming’s World Of Warplanes have shared the second episode of “The Bruce Dickinson Warplanes Diaries.” The series features ten educational videos about the classic World War 2 fighter and bomber aircraft, and the latest clip focuses on the Messerschmitt BF 109.

Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Teams Up With World Of Warplanes For Video Series About World War II Combat Aircraft

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has teamed up with Wargaming’s World Of Warplanes for a new series called “The Bruce Dickinson Warplanes Diaries.” The series will include ten educational videos about the classic World War 2 fighter and bomber aircraft. The first episode, which focuses on the Hawker Hurricane, can be found below, along with a special World Of Warplanes tribute to the “Aces High” music video. Wargaming’s global marketing director, Al Kin commented:

“We are all delighted that Bruce has brought his enthusiasm and expertise to World Of Warplanes with these informative videos which he has delivered in his own inimitable style. As well as the diaries and the ‘Aces High’ tribute, we are also introducing a renovated hangar subtly branded with iconic Iron Maiden imagery. It’s unlike anything the game’s ever had before and we hope Maiden fans will have fun spotting the various Easter eggs hidden throughout!”