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.”
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.”