"The Beatles. Not even close. They are the greatest band of all time. They started pretty much everything and made 5 albums (Rubber Soul, Revolver, Sgt Pepper, White Album, Abbey Road) that should be on every top 20 album list. But with that being said, and as revolutionary as they were, they couldn't have done it without...."
"The Rolling Stones. When The Beatles broke up in 1970, the Stones became the greatest rockers in the world ( at least until the releas of Who's Next). And why not? Through the 60's, they had provided a tougher, "bad boy" alternative to The Beatles. They have been mediocre for a while now, but that doesn't take away their work in the 60's/70's."
"Bob Dylan. It's all about songwriting for him. His voice isn't anything to write home about. It's his songwriting capabilities. Listening to his stuff can change your mood just because of his writing skills. He is amazing."
"U2. I gotta say, U2 is the only thing really saving the music scene in the 2000's with the hit songs "Beautiful Day" and "Vertigo." And they weren't too shabby back in the 80's and 90's with "Joshua Tree" and "Achtung Baby.""
"Eagles. The Eagles have a good combo of rock songs and soft, beautiful tunes. Especially in Hotel California, one of the greatest albums of all time (which I just remembered I forgot to include in my greatest albums list...AHHHH!!!!). But yeah, they are a spectacular band."
"Queen has the hard rockers like "We are the Champions" and "We Will Rock You," and they also have soft rockers like "You're My Best Friend" and "Somebody to Love." Snd they were able to perfectly execute all the styles. And their harmonies...whoa."