The vocalist of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, David Crosby answered a question about the musicians and the bands that altered his life and he revealed it was actually one of the most iconic bands of all time, The Beatles.

The 79-year-old rock musician David Crosby has been an active user of his Twitter account often sharing his personal opinions on social and political matters. David also often responds to the questions or comments of the fans wondering rarely known facts about his life and music career.

Recently, SiriusXM host Eric Alper posted a tweet asking his followers to share the bands or musicians that gave them a life-changing experience by stating:

“What’s one band or artist that changed your life?”

The iconic vocalist David Crosby also responded to the question by revealing the band that changed his life, which was The Beatles. Apparently, Crosby was among the many other people who considered The Beatles as one of the most successful and influential bands of all time.

You can see the tweet posted by David Crosby on Twitter below.

Additionally, a Twitter user nicknamed The Groopster wanted to know what David Crosby was thinking about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame which was criticized by some musicians for its credibility.

As a response, David stated that even though most of the musicians took it quite seriously, it wasn’t a big of a deal for him since the Rock and Roll museum didn’t include Little Feat.

Here’s what David Crosby asserted about Rock and Roll Hall of Fame:

“Most of us take it pretty seriously …I don’t ….how can I ….a Rock and roll museum that doesn’t include Little Feat ….just isn’t that important really.”

You can see the tweet David Crosby posted on Twitter below.