Watch Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson play his first solo shows in 22 years

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Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson has played his first solo shows in 22 years last week – check out footage from the moment below.

Over the weekend (April 13-14), Dickinson played two nights at the Whisky A Go Go venue in Los Angeles, both of which were surprise, last-minute gigs.

Dickinson performed under the pseudonym The House Band Of Hell and it was the first solo concert he’s done in 22 years.

Check out some footage of the gigs and the set lists below:

 

The setlist for night one was:

‘Accident Of Birth’
‘Abduction’
‘Laughing In The Hiding Bush’
‘Afterglow Of Ragnarok’
‘Chemical Wedding’
‘Many Doors To Hell’
‘Tears Of The Dragon’
‘Resurrection Men’
‘Rain On The Graves’
‘Frankenstein’
‘Gods Of War’
‘The Alchemist’
‘Darkside Of Aquarius’
‘Jerusalem’
‘Road To Hell’

The setlist for night two was:

‘Accident Of Birth’
‘Abduction’
‘Starchildren’
‘Afterglow Of Ragnarok’
‘Chemical Wedding’
‘Many Doors To Hell’
‘Tears Of The Dragon’
‘Resurrection Men’
‘Rain On The Graves’
‘Frankenstein’
‘Gods Of War’
‘The Alchemist’
‘Darkside Of Aquarius’
‘Book Of Thel’
‘The Tower’

Dickinson recently released his new album, ‘The Mandrake Project’, his first solo record in nearly two decades.

In a statement about the album, the musician said said: “This album has been a very personal journey for me and I am extremely proud of it. Roy Z and I have been planning, writing and recording it for years, and I am very excited for people to finally hear it.

The solo artist will also head out on a UK and European tour this year.

Elsewhere, Dickinson recently spoke out about why he feels so few new rock and metal bands are making it to arena-level.

He also recently said that he wouldn’t pay $1,200 (£950) to see U2 in concert, referring to the band’s recent run of gigs in Vegas.



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