IRON MAIDEN's 'Run To The Hills' Like You've Never Heard It Before

IRON MAIDEN's 'Run To The Hills' Like You've Never Heard It Before

Video footage of the THE GUILTY PLEASURES performing a cover version of IRON MAIDEN's "Run To The Hills" in the style of Michael McDonald at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada can be seen below.

THE GUILTY PLEASURES describe themselves as a "one-stop, no-nonsense, brass-tax, bottom-line smoothest rock band around… The band sets sail with Captain Anton Neil (drums) at the helm of the ultimate Yacht Rock experience. Enjoying the Summer Breeze with him are deck mates Chevy Chevelle (lead vocals and guitar), Rico Riviera (lead vocals and bass guitar), Rodger Todd (keyboards and backing vocals), and special guest vocalist Michael 'Mick' Donald!"

"Run To The Hills" was IRON MAIDEN's sixth single and the first from the band's 1982 album "The Number Of The Beast". Credited solely to the group's bassist, Steve Harris, although significant contributions were made by lead vocalist Bruce Dickinson, it remains one of their most popular songs, with VH1 ranking it No. 27 on their list of the "40 Greatest Metal Songs" and No. 14 on their list of the "Greatest Hard Rock Songs."


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