Bruce Dickinson, Iron Maiden, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Bruce Dickinson, Iron Maiden, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Bruce Dickinson Sings The Who For Charity Concert

by Paul Cashmere on September 18, 2012

in News

Music fans at the Sunflower Jam 2012 charity concert in London this week were treated to an ensemble featuring Alice Cooper and members of Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden and Queen.

Bruce Dickinson, Iron Maiden, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Bruce Dickinson, Iron Maiden, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Sunflower Jam is a cancer charity founded by Jacky Paice, wife of Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice.

The concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday night featured John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin), Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden), Brian May (Queen), Mick Moody (Whitesnake) and Mark King (Level 42) with Alice Cooper, Ian Paice and Sandy Thom.

Dickinson performed this version of The Who’s ‘Behind Blue Eyes’. Watch it here.

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