Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Won’t Retire Anytime Soon

Bruce Dickinson says he has no plans to retire anytime soon.

The Iron Maiden frontman stopped by to chat with Andreu Buenafuente on “Late Motiv,” a Spanish talk show,” about his future as a musician.

“As far as I’m concerned anyway, I don’t see any reason why we should ever retire,” Dickinson says. “As an airline captain, I was always told that nobody ever dies on an airplane. Even if the guy’s head is severed from his body, he’s not dead, because…if somebody says, ‘The guy’s head has fallen off,’ you go, ‘Well, is he dead?’ And they say, ‘Well, he’s not dead until somebody legally says he’s dead.’ So, nobody dies until somebody stands up and says, ‘Yup. He’s definitely dead.’ ‘Ha! You’re responsible then. You’ve killed him.’ So, it’s the same with rock and roll bands. We will never die. Even if we are actually dead, we will still never actually die.”

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