Famous Hollywood star Kiefer Sutherland was the recent guest of the Guitar Magazine and the former 24 icon Kiefer Sutherland revealed that he can play all Pink Floyd guitar solos and he enjoyed more than the Van Halen kind of stuff.
Here is what he said:
“I was a big fan of Peter Frampton. I thought he was an incredible guitar player. And then obviously Jimmy Page was a huge, huge influence.
I liked the melodic quality, even though Led Zeppelin was a very hard rock band, there was a melodic quality to Jimmy Page’s guitar playing that I thought was incredible.
And the same with Pink Floyd – I can sing the solos from Pink Floyd as well as I can sing the lyric of any of their songs. I enjoyed that more than the Eddie Van Halen kind of stuff. I was not as attracted to that as I was David Gilmour or Jimmy Page.
And then Jeff Beck’s earlier stuff with Rod Stewart when he was a blues player, as opposed to the incredible place that he’s gone to, but I just really liked the simplicity when he was playing the blues.
Eric Clapton is another one. Duane Allman is another one. And then I would have to say my favorite guitar player is Prince. Again, his craftsmanship with his guitar, melody – I just think he was an extraordinary player.“
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