Iron Maiden rules. It is an indisputable fact. The band has a well-deserved reputation as legendary live performers, a discography full of legendary metal tracks and albums. Even last year’s release, “Senjutsu,” rocks. At the heart of Maiden’s sound is a two-guitar attack led by Adrian Smith and the powerful vocals of Bruce Dickinson.
Dickinson is one of the most distinct voices in rock history, possessing a powerful operatic voice. On Wednesday, Dickinson will use this voice at The Egg. But it will not be to surround “The Trooper” or “Run to the Hills”. It will offer spoken word performances and Q&A with the audience.