Bruce Dickinson is hosting a Twitter listening party for Iron Maiden’s Powerslave
Bruce Dickinson has announced that he will be taking part in the upcoming 666th instalment of Tim Burgess’ virtual series, Tim’s Twitter Listening Party.
The frontman will be going through Iron Maiden’s awesome 1984 album Powerslave track-by-track with his bandmates on February 12 at 9pm UK time, explaining in a video announcement that the “fun” endeavour will also throw up “a few interesting secrets” about the LP.
Revealing how he managed to get Maiden involved in this none-more-metal edition of the Twitter party, Tim told NME, “We started these listening parties at the beginning of the first lockdown and thought we’d do a couple of weeks of them until everything got back to normal.
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“Nick Mason hosted our Saucerful Of Secrets listening party to celebrate our 500th and someone tweeted that we should mark the 666th as a special occasion. Naturally, we tweeted Iron Maiden and they said they’d love to join us.”
Pretty simple, huh? Join in the fun on the night by tweeting along with the hashtag #TimsTwitterListeningParty, and check out Bruce’s video announcement below:
Posted on February 2nd 2021, 5:11p.m.