In different parts, people who want to dedicate their lives to the arts and, specifically, to music, must have another profession that supports the long road of consolidating a career. Nevertheless, there are those who, despite having great fame and recognition for their music, have other professions.
Such is the case of these three musicians, who have been surprised by being good at performing on stage, and by performing exemplary in their other passions.
Leonard Albert Kravitz, better known as Lenny Kravitz, in addition to being a multi-instrumentalist, producer, singer, composer and an actor, he is an interior designer.
Profession that led him to open in 2003 his own firm baptized as Kravitz Design Inc., under which he works for residential and commercial properties.
One of his most outstanding creations on the set of the talk show of Queen Latifah; However, they have also worked in Miami condominiums, NY and residences in Paris.
The legendary member of Queen, in addition to serving in the iconic English band as a songwriter, guitarist, vocalist and keyboardist, he plays the ukulele, piano, harp, mandonilla, banjo, and has a PhD in Astrophysics.
Profession for which he has investigated the movement of zodiacal dust particles and MGl emissions in the spectrum of the night sky.
Likewise, in 2007 he was appointed Honorary Rector of the Liverpool John Moores University, and actively participated in the initiative of the declaration of the World Asteroid Day, which is celebrated on June 30.
Paul Bruce Dickinson, in addition to being the frontman of Iron Maiden and, according to experts and the public, one of the best vocalists of this genre is a historian and an aviation pilot.
As a pilot, he regularly flew Boeing 757 aircraft as captain of the charter airline Astraesus, where he also served as marketing director.
He has also led some high-profile flights, including the return of a group of pilots from the Royal Afghan Air Force in 2008.