Bruce Dickinson, the legendary Iron Maiden frontmant, stood on the stage of Pallas Theater, due to the promotion of his autobiography 'What Does This Button Do' and the result could not have been more enjoyable...
Some got to know him during their teenage years, some a bit older. But everyone felt like they know him through his art. Those who attended the Pallas Theatre, on the 4th of November, got to him him a little bit better. A rowdy one-man show that honored its stand-up roots, with his witty british humor and a sarcastic mood, he shared with us his autobiography 'What Does This Button Do?'
The mighty Bruce offered a spectacular evening to the Athenian audience that packed the theater and welcomed him gloriously. During the first part of the show, with his humor and his self-sarcasm as his to-go-weapons, he naratted some of his most distinguished, funny, but histoci moments of his multidimentional life, while he also shared some childhood photos, more recent ones, his school years, his airplanes, fencing and of course, music.
The second part of the show was dedicated to the audience and a Q&A session. Bruce answered to questions that he picked from the hundreed ones that the attendants had written earlier on - some of them quite whimsical - and of course, the clasic "will we ever listen to 'Alexander The Great' " queestion, to which he answered: "Maybe, some day..."
In between every great word he spoke, we will remember that “Being alive is still the better of all the other options!” as a result of the wisdom that belongs to one of the greatest rock personas of this planet.
Up The Irons…Long Live Bruce!