18 Facts About Greta Van Fleet, AKA The Band That's Going To "Save Rock 'N' Roll"
"They are Led Zeppelin I." —Robert Plant
First of all, you need to know that Greta Van Fleet sounds a heck of a lot like iconic/legendary/literally-just-the-best rock band of all time Led Zeppelin...
...seriously, lead singer Josh Kiszka could be a Robert Plant voice-doppleganger.
And Robert Plant himself has said that he "hates" him — jokingly, of course.
Jake Kiszka, their guitarist, has even said that he spent a year and "intensely studied" what Jimmy Page did.
Their logo uses the same font as Stranger Things.
The band consists of three brothers: Josh Kiszka (lead vocals), Jake Kiszka (Lead guitar), and Sam Kiszka (bass/keyboards), and friend Danny Wagner (drums).
And they're super young — like, only half of them are legally old enough to drink.
Oh, and Josh and Jake are actually twins.
Jake said he started playing guitar when he was "around 2 or 3 years old."
They were formed in the small Michigan suburb town of Frankenmuth.
They've only been together for a few years, originally forming in 2012.
And their name, Greta Van Fleet, was inspired by a local resident named Gretna Van Fleet.
The first place they performed was Jan's Bar in Bay City, Michigan.
Highway Tune was their first single...
...and it was featured on the TV show Shameless.
The band performed at Elton John's 2018 AIDS Foundation Oscar Party.
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