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Watch Greta Van Fleet Talking About Influences, Band Name and More

Greta Van Fleet interview

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Watch Greta Van Fleet Talking About Influences, Band Name and More

Greta Van Fleet is the new sensation around the rock and roll world. Not only due to their great music and a very similar approach to Led Zeppelin’s sound, specially Josh Kiszka’s voice, that really looks like Robert Plant’s vocals.


Watch them talking with Q104,3 about their classic rock influencies, how they came up with the bands name and more.

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The band
Greta Van Fleet is an American band formed in 2012. Its members are the Kiszka brothers (Josh, Jake and Sam) and Danny Wagner.The band was created in Frankenmuth, Michigan, by brothers Josh, Jake and Sam Kiszka and Kyle Hauck. Hauck left the band in October 2013 and was replaced by Daniel “Danny” Wagner the same year.

The band’s name was granted when one of its members heard a relative mention Gretna Van Fleet, a resident of Frankenmuth. During the period that Hauck was the drummer, the band recorded and released three songs: “Highway Tune”, “Cloud Train” and “Standing On”. On February 28, 2014, a live EP of the band was recorded in a take and released soon after, on June 17 of the same year. The song “Standing On” appeared on a Chevrolet Equinox ad in 2014 in the Detroit area.

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