EPIC BRUCE DICKINSON SOLO ALBUM BATTLE! TYRANNY OF SOULS VS. CHEMICAL WEDDING!!
Uncle Steve's Iron Maiden Zone
On episode 144, we have a knock down drag out battle of two KILLER Bruce Dickinson solo albums! Tyranny of Souls vs. Chemical Wedding! And let me tell you, things get pretty heated on this episode! Grab a VERY STIFF DRINK, TAKE ALL OF YOUR MEDS, wear a diaper just in case as well! Also, maybe have a punching bag nearby as you don't want to put holes in the walls.Mojo For Musicians - An Empowering Music Industry PodcastAward winning singer, music editorial photographer and you tuber Manny Cabo as seen on...Listen on: Apple PodcastsSpotify All Automotive with Matt Clawson Automotive related topics. Anything from owning an repair facility to racing. Listen on: Apple PodcastsSpotify Cigar TalkLite up a cigar, pour yourself a drink, sit back and enjoy the fastest growing Cigar...Listen on: Apple Podcasts The Heroes Tried Their BestA bi-weekly Canadian based comedic Tabletop campaign with supernatural and steampunk...Listen on: Apple PodcastsSpotifySupport the show
Ep 09 Bruce Dickinson and WaterBear, The College of Music
Everyone is Music
This week I am joined by Bruce Dickinson, co-founder of WaterBear, The College of Music.Bruce is cut from Rock and Roll cloth and I felt it was so important to hear this perspective of music education and thinking on our podcast.Bruce was also a co-founder of BIMM but became aware that due to the incredibly rapid growth that he no longer felt in control of where it was headed and for Bruce it had become too big and so, in 2012 Bruce sold his interest and then in 2013, reformed his band, Little Angels for a Download Festival and subsequent tour.However, Bruce felt that he still needed to be giving back to education and so in 2018, along with Adam Bushell, founded WaterBear, the College of Music. A WaterBear, if you don't know, is a Tardigrade, an incredibly small yet incredibly Resilient creature and indeed, Resilience and Mindfulness are components that are built into all of the curricula at WaterBear, The College of Music and student numbers and class sizes are also kept to tight limits.Bruce and I discuss this plus reality shows, portfolio careers and opportunities within music.Bruce also treats us to an exclusive reveal on a new venture for WaterBear .....WaterBear The College of MusicEternal GuitarsMy Links See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
An Evening With Bruce Dickinson... Part II, The Backlash!
Uncle Steve's Iron Maiden Zone
On episode 127, we discuss the feedback, good and bad, that we received from last weeks episode and Steve tries to explain himself and his reasoning... A little bit! We also find out if Matt survived last weeks laughfest! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/UncleStevesIronMaidenZone)
On episode 126, we each tell our tales of attending the Bruce Dickinson spoken word events last week. So as always, grab a VERY STIFF drink and a chair and prepare for the best and the worst! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/UncleStevesIronMaidenZone)
This week the guys take on Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson's solo career as they rank his albums from Worst to First. And for the BIG 4 the guys give you their BIG 4 Lead Guitar Duos. So sit back, relax, and let the debate begin!!!
Episode 70 The Old Guys and The Rockstar Cook discuss Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson's Stage Fright, Rogan vs. Young and Nugent vs. Springsteen!
Old Guys Talk Metal and Sometimes Punk
Episode 70 Bobby V's Metal Stories Volume One: Episode 70 The Old Guys and The Rockstar Cook discuss Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson's Stage Fright, Rogan vs. Young and Nugent vs. Springsteen! Listen and Laugh with us to these crazy stories!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oldguystalkmetal/support
It’s the return of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson, and he’s dishing the details on his brand-new one-man show, “An Evening with Bruce Dickinson,” which kicks off THIS Monday, January 17th, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He’s doing 34 dates, crisscrossing the States, and all the ticket info is at IronMaiden.com! You’ll hear what inspired this outing, how his love of theater, acting and improv influenced the show, what he adapted from English writer/actor Quentin Crisp, and why Bruce is dead-set on having the audience involved in every show. Bruce also speaks about his love of fencing, and what keeps him competing to this day. He has stories about rehabbing a recent Achilles injury, and how that impacted the “Senjutsu” sessions and subsequent tour. Plus, Bruce is also talking about his podcast, “Psycho Schizo Espresso,” breaking down the origin of 666, and revealing some details about of Iron Maiden’s future plans!
This week on The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie brings you his conversation with Iron Maiden front man Bruce Dickinson about the new album Senjutsu, the band's touring plans, keeping the new album under wraps for so long, his solo projects and much more!Catch Eddie Trunk every M-F from 2:00-4:00pm ET on Trunk Nation on SiriusXM Volume Channel 106.And don’t forget to follow Eddie on Twitter and Instagram!