On Twitter, KISS frontman Paul Stanley reacted to the news of Fleetwood Mac co-founder Peter Green’s death and implied that he was among the best Blues musicians of all time following Eric Clapton.
British blues-rock singer and guitarist Peter Green founded the band, Fleetwood Mac, with Mick Fleetwood in 1967. In 1998, as the co-founder of Fleetwood Mac, Peter was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
On July 25, 2020, Peter Green’s family announced the death of the 73-year-old musician. Apparently, Peter passed away in his sleep from natural causes. His family and friends were devastated by the loss of the talented musician and paid him tribute on social media platforms.
Recently, KISS‘ iconic vocalist Paul Stanley also reacted to the news of Peter Green’s death on his Twitter account. Paul praised Peter’s music by comparing him with the other ‘British Blues Greats,‘ such as Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page.
In his tweet, Paul Stanley asserted that the real hierarchy of the greatest Blues musicians would be Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, and Peter Green.
Here’s how Paul Stanley paid tribute to Peter Green in his recent tweet:
“RIP Peter Green. One of the absolute hierarchy of the original British Blues Greats. Clapton, Page, Beck, and Green.“
You can see the tweet Paul Stanley posted on his official Twitter account below.
RIP Peter Green. One of the absolute hierarchy of the original British Blues Greats. Clapton, Page, Beck and Green. https://t.co/nKBHLcjcwu
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) July 25, 2020