Iron Maiden's Dickinson Shrugs Off Unimportant Grammy and Rolling Stone Cover

(Rock AAA) Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson says that he doesn't give a damn that his band have been overlooked by the mainstream media over the years and dispels the myth that their fans only turn up for the "classics" at their shows.

Speaking to Argentinean website Vorterix.com he said that Maiden has always cared more about their fans than what the media think and dismissed mascot Eddie's appearance on the cover of the Argentine edition of Rolling Stone Magazine.

"Do I care? No! What's bigger? More magazine covers or being bigger in the heart of your fans? To me it's much more important that we stay close to our fans. We got a Grammy this year I think it's 'cos we're still alive. If they were going to give us a Grammy they should have given us one about 1986, but they gave it to Jethro Tull, and it took another 20 years

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