Bruce Dickinson

After watching some videos etc. I think that his solo band is really good. I'm not a big fan of Mistheria but other than that - I hope that he will play with this band for years.

Bruce sound amazing in so many places that I'm really not happy that I missed this tour. I hope that he has another solo album in him :-D
 
:scared: I am a nurse and antibiotics are not suitable for viral infections.

Do you think he has good doctors, medical advice? I saw someone wrote here yes he is a cancer survivor but I don't see what hes cancer specialists have to do with healing a viral infection.
When my mother catches colds, they inevitably turn into sinus infections, so she goes on antibiotics.
 
Man, I hope Book Of Thel returns to the set before Zagreb show. The transition from Navigate to it is just perfect.

It's still gone from the setlist. Only 2 song encore in Oslo. Navigate and The Tower.
 
I left after Tears of the Dragon because of a silly phone call, but it was very good up to that.

Highlights were Accident of Birth and Chemical Wedding. Bruce sounded very good, but during Jerusalem you could tell he worked hard as hell to hit the highest notes.

And I wish I had stayed for Road to Hell, but whatever.
 
Navigate is back! I guess the cover is needed for a short break, Road To Hell is in place of Aquarius (just before the 2 encores) and Jerusalem is a bit of a surprise because of the higher chorus (Urizen would have been easier, but shorter). 1-song shorter set (no Book).
 
I left after Tears of the Dragon because of a silly phone call, but it was very good up to that.

Highlights were Accident of Birth and Chemical Wedding. Bruce sounded very good, but during Jerusalem you could tell he worked hard as hell to hit the highest notes.

And I wish I had stayed for Road to Hell, but whatever.

Sorry to hear you missed part of the gig!
 
Bruce Dickinson Solovivor 2024 is currently in its ninth round, as we attempt to weed through Skunkworks before heading to the classic Accident of Birth. Would love to see some more people join the game and add their own voice to the proceedings!

 
Few thoughts about the show in Oslo - my very first Bruce Dickinson solo gig experience! :)

- Bruce sounded very good! He did mention the health issues, but he seemed to be in a good fit and kept high energy thorough the show
- Road to Hell took the place of Aquarius and Thel is still missing, but the set was very solid overall and as much as I'd love to hear Book of Thel on Thursday, I've got no complaints of the set as it is
- I was in the second row, singing along thorough the show and I had some equally enthusiastic fans around me, so it's a bit hard to objectively judge the general vibe of the crowd, but I'd say that the crowd response overall was very good! Bruce seemed quite pleased with the eager chants and all. It's always nice to hear the "olé, ole, olé, olé... Bruceeee, Bruceee" football chant... :)
- After Faith there was a brief "Skunworks! Skunkworks!" chant as well; I was actually about to attempt starting one myself, but someone had the same idea and I was very happy to join. A very nice moment!
- Tears of the Dragon. Tears. Of. The. Dragon. From day one, everyone knew it'd be played and hence the major setlist speculation, buzz and discussion has (understandably) been around other songs... but it's still a magnificent song!
- Navigate the Seas of the Sun is a phenomenal live track. Very emotional!
- Accident of Birth & Abduction are an absolute blast when it comes to opening the show!
- I very much enjoyed all The Mandrake Project stuff live (as well)! Very good performances.
- Chemical Wedding, Jerusalem, The Alchemist, The Tower... even without The Book of Thel, I loved The Chemical Wedding representation! Especially the three first mentioned were probably the biggest highlights of the show, along with Navigate. I knew that they'd be amazing, but it still made a huge impact on me how powerful live track Jerusalem is!
 
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