May 12, 2005 is reporting that IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson made an appearance at the 2005 London Guitar Show at the Wembley Conference Centre last weekend.

Dickinson joined MAIDEN drummer Nicko McBrain, Phil Hilbourne (guitar),Andy Frost (bass) and Geoff Whitehorn (guitar) for renditions of MAIDEN's "Run to the Hills", MOTT THE HOOPLE's "All the Young Dudes" and DEEP PURPLE's "Burn". Prior to being joined by Dickinson, the band performed LED ZEPPELIN's "The Immigrant Song", a JOE SATRIANI instrumental track and "Help the Poor". Check out a photo of the performance at this location.

Here's the entry in Phil Hilbourne's diary describing last weekend's performance: "We had a great time playing at the show — it was a real treat to have Andy Frost back again and also to be able to work with Bruce Dickinson again.

Here's what the promoters said about the weekend: "The highlight of the show has to be Bruce Dickinson getting up on stage with Phil Hilborne and Nicko McBrain to do 'Run to the Hills' with all 3500 seats in the Grand Hall filled. And once again the Hamsters playing a blistering R&B set with Slim and the boys confirming their position as one of the best live acts in the U.K."

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