Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Feels Guilty About His Stage Clothes
During his interview with Steve Wright on BBC Radio 2, Bruce Dickinson shared the details of his upcoming tour An Evening With Bruce Dickinson and he admitted that he felt regret about wearing ridiculous clothes during the stage performances of Iron Maiden.
Bruce Dickinson has recently announced the dates and places of his solo spoken-word tour entitled An Evening With Bruce Dickinson. During the tour, the fans will be able to ask him any question they want and his responses will be simultaneous and improvised. The tour will start on August 1, 2021, in Brighton and it will end on August 10, 2021, in London.
In addition to his sharing the details about his new tour, Dickinson also recalled the early tours and concerts of Iron Maiden and commented on his stage costumes by mocking the unusual trousers he often preferred.
He admitted that he wore the most ridiculous pants in the world and that now he feels regret about his choices. He stated that he found them suitable for the stage but also made a joke about not being invited to Paris Fashion Week for this reason.
In Dickinson’s words, he said:
“I have been guilty of wearing unrepentantly, I should add some of the most ridiculous trousers in the world. And it all makes good sense and it’s all in the best possible taste. And there’s a reason why I’m not invited to Paris Fashion Week.”
You can listen to the interview below.