Wed. Sep 27th, 2023

Nuno Bettencourt has already expressed his adoration for The Beatles and Paul McCartney. In addition to McCartney, the guitarist named Led Zeppelin as another major name in the genre to A Radio Rock, saying: “I think Gary [Cherone] and I would agree that we have our favorites Queen, Aerosmith, Van Halen, and The Who, but I think if there were the pages of rock and roll that we would say, ‘Okay, who is at the front and back of the book?'” I believe we can all agree that it will most likely be The Beatles and Led Zeppelin on the pop side, The Beatles and Led Zeppelin on the rock side, and everyone else in the middle.

So I believe anything to do with [Jimmy] Page, [Robert] Plant, [Paul] McCartney, [John] Lennon, of course, [Freddie] Mercury, and Brian [May] made all of this happen, but there’s something about McCartney and The Beatles that is just so up there.” Although Led Zeppelin has one side of the book, it appears that McCartney will always have a particular place in Nuno’s heart. He went on to say: “It’s mythological and not even real, so when I had to spend three days in a room with Paul McCartney, I had to talk to myself all the time before I walked in and just go, it’s not real.

” It’s not him at all. It’s nothing more than a hologram. Don’t get too enthusiastic, but when he’s right here, singing and playing with you, it’s as if you’re in a strange dream. It’s completely ridiculous.” The guitarist recently told Scott Lipps about meeting and working with Paul after Jay Brown offered him the opportunity. Nuno recounted what happened that day: “He walks in and says, ‘What’s up man, let’s play,’ and he gives you a big hug and a kiss, as well as the guy mopping the floor.

” There was no ego, no nothing; it was simply fantastic. He walked in there like a 17-year-old, saying, ‘Let’s play, let’s jam guy,’ and he pulls out his guitar and asks me how this song goes, and I show him four or five seconds.” The interviews with A Radio Rock and Scott Lipps can be found below.

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