Bruce Dickinson

Lead Singer, Iron Maiden


The face of Heavy Metal for many, Bruce Dickinson has reached epic heights in worldwide commercial success through his contributions to Iron Maiden as their lead vocalist. Upon joining Iron Maiden, the band saw their first UK Number One with the album, “The Number of the Beast” in 1982. Through the 80s, Dickinson led Iron Maiden to become one of the World’s most famous bands and holds the record for the highest ever attendance at the Castle Donington Monsters of Rock festival, with a live audience of over 110,000 people.

Bruce Dickinson is also commercial pilot, brewmaster, entrepreneur and creative business thinker, serving as a pilot and Marketing Director for Astraeus Airlines.

He is widely recognised for his work in social, humanitarian and environmental fields, offering scholarships for disabled people to learn to fly and also as one of the largest investors of Airlander10, a plane which can stay in the air for three weeks, disperses little noise pollution, is five times more efficient than ordinary aircraft and does not require a runway to takeoff or land thus having the ability to ferry tonnes of supplies to and from any disaster zones.