Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson Takes Part In Music Therapy Week

(Classic Rock) Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson visited music charity Nordoff Robbins' London centre on Monday to celebrate Music Therapy Week. It's one of his first public appearances since being given the all-clear from cancer in May - and the first since Maiden confirmed the launch of 16th album The Book Of Souls last week.

Dickinson met some of those helped by the charity and spoke to staff who provide care and attention - and even found time to jam a few acoustic guitar chords with some delighted children.

Music Therapy Week seeks to raise awareness of how Nordoff Robbins' programme can assist children with autism, adults with learning difficulties and people with neurological disorders.

The organization is committed to transforming people's lives through music - "whatever their age or background." Read more and see photos here.

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