Steve Miller Band Vs. Sammy Hagar – Clash Of The Titans
In the newest edition of Clash of the Titans, we focus on an iconic American symbol, the eagle. Or, more specifically, classic rock songs featuring this majestic bird.
In one corner, we have 'Fly Like An Eagle,' taken from the Steve Miller Band's 1976 album of the same name. The song, noted for its general breeziness, spacey guitar, soaring organ and catchy refrain of "do-do-do-do," climbed to No. 2 position on the Billboard charts in 1977.
In the other corner is Sammy Hagar's keyboard-laden No. 22 1987 hit 'Eagles Fly.' Produced by his then-Van Halen bandmate Eddie Van Halen, the song is taken from 'I Never Said Goodbye,' a solo album released a year after '5150,' Hagar's first record with Van Halen.
So, which high-flying favorite gets your vote in our latest Clash of the Titans challenge? Check out both songs below, and remember: You can cast a ballot once an hour between now and the voting deadline at 11:59PM ET on Nov. 16.
Listen to Steve Miller Band, Perform 'Fly Like An Eagle'
Listen to Sammy Hagar Perform 'Eagles Fly'