Queen guitarist Brian May praised one of rock’s pioneers The Beatles and admitted they are the pinnacle of rock writing and music.
Brian May is known for being the guitarist and keyboardist of his co-founded rock band Queen. The legendary musician’s huge impact on his band Queen made them one of the greatest rock bands in rock history. During his continued career with Queen, Brian May has released 15 studio albums. Debuted with the band’s eponym released in 1973 Queen, brianThe band’s final album with the band was the band’s final studio album, Made in Heaven.
These two artists still inspire young musicians with their great contributions to rock and roll. While Brian May continues with Queenwhich also presents Roger Taylor and Adam Lambertthe other members of The Beatles, Ringo Star and Paul McCartney, have expanded their catalog. Besides, Paul McCartney becomes the richest rock star in the world.
However, in an interview with Express, Brian May praised the seven-time Grammy winner, The Beatles. Say that The Beatles was his Bible, brian added that they were role models at the time. He also said that they are always looking for role models for him, which means he loves them so much.
“The Beatles were our Bible” May noted. “Absolutely at every stage of their career and musical development, they have been role models. And they still are to me, I must say.
Brian May Calls The Beatles “The Pinnacle Of Rock Music”
Brian then revealed his honest remarks about The Beatles. Saying they are the greatest band of all time, Brian added that The Beatles is the pinnacle of rock music and performance. According to him, Beatles changed the world several times.
“I love all these albums” May continued. “For me, they are the best. They are the pinnacle of rock music writing, performance and philosophy. They broke down so many barriers, they changed the world many times over. I will always love the Beatles without any reservations.
“I feel like they’ve been underrepresented in the world as it is today. Kids today don’t know The Beatles as much as they should.
“The Beatles should be integrated into people’s lives the same way Queen music is today.”
Elsewhere in the interview, May also paid respect to the band’s bassist George Harrison. He said Harrison was an underrated guitarist.
“He played on one of my guitars, which is good,” May reveals. “I love George, I love his game. I think he’s still underrated. Great!”
Back in November 2021, The Beatles guitarist Paul McCartney had recalled his band’s near-fatal car incident. During the interview, the guitarist had revealed a stupidity related to the moment. These moments were tied to the band’s classic song Something.
“I’ve always thought that was one of the biggest mottos, which is, the four of us are standing with the van out of order and our roadie thinking, ‘Oh my god, how are you? i get that? ‘” McCartney said.
“Because it was a slope that we went down. You couldn’t just drive the van back down the hill. We’re sitting down, and someone said, ‘Well, what are we going to do now…?’
“And then one of us, I can’t remember which one, said, ‘Something’s gonna happen,’ and it was like, ‘Wow, that’s the greatest quote ever!
“Because in life, when you face these crazy things, something is going to happen, and that always seemed to console us.
“And I’ve said to quite a few people since then, when you’re in your darkest times, just remember this incredibly clever Beatles quote, ‘Something’s going to happen.'”