The 69-year-old singer - who fronts the 60s rockers - is a huge fan of the 'Supremacy' hitmakers, particularly when they perform live, and he believes they have a similar, yet more contemporary, sound to his group.
He said: ''I can certainly see us in a band like Muse, for instance - they're doing exactly what we did in the 1970s but with new technologies. They're great musicians and they perform brilliantly.''
Roger advises new bands to come up with a unique sound and stick with it, even if they face harsh criticism, in order to be successful in the music industry nowadays.
He added to NME magazine: ''Dare to be different. When you read a bad review, act like a duck; just go 'quack' and let it roll off your back. But do what you want to do, have fun and don't sign your publishing away!''