Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickenson put a whole new meaning on the phrase “getting high” when he took up recreational flying in the 1990s. The metal singer now holds an airline transport pilot's license, and regularly pilots Boeing 757s. He has also flown his band from gig to gig on an eight-seat twin-engine plane, and last year flew the Liverpool soccer team to their Europa League game in Naples. —Jeff Royer
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