BRUCE DICKINSON Performs DEEP PURPLE’s ‘When A Blind Man Cries’ (Video)

Bruce Dickinson Jon Lord Tribute

IRON MAIDEN frontman Bruce Dickinson performed last night (Friday, November 21) at the Palais Montcalm in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada as part of the 50th-anniversary celebration of late DEEP PURPLE keyboardist Jon Lord‘s “Concerto For Group And Orchestra.”

You can watch Dickinson performing in the video below (via Le Journal De Québec):

In a recent interview with Argentina’s Clarin magazine Dickinson has revealed that he plans to release new solo album in 2020.

He said: “I’m very busy, after the show in Chile I go to London, I arrive at 7 in the morning, I take a shower, from there I go to a conference with engineers, then I wear a f*cking black tie to attend a charity dinner; The next day I have a conference, then a meeting with potential investors for my company and I will finally go to a pub with my children.

“On Saturday we will meet again, then I go to Paris, where I live with my girlfriend, and on Monday I start training f*ncing, until Thursday,” Bruce continued. It’s going to be my return to training after I broke the Achilles tendon f*cking.

“I also have some workshops, in Zagreb, in Vienna, and then another in London, and then I go to Canada to participate in the tribute for the 50 years of the DEEP PURPLE. I also have my solo album pending, which will be released next year or the next.”