Meet The Next Led Zeppelin: Greta Van Fleet

On Sunday our sister station 97.1 KEGL "The Eagle" threw their annual "Freaker's Ball" and on the bill was a little known band from Michigan called Greta Van Fleet. I say "little known" because I personally didn't know too much about them, until I heard the song "Highway Tune" on KEGL and it BLEW MY MIND! They sound just like a young, vibrant Led Zeppelin.

See for yourself!

The band is made up of teenagers, yes teenagers. They formed in 2012 by brothers Josh Kiszka, Jake Kiszka, Sam Kiszka, and drummer Kyle Hauck. After Hauck left the band, Danny Wagner took his place.

 In April 2017, they released their debut studio EP Black Smoke Rising and the debut single, "Highway Tune" has done so well, it's topped the Billboard US Mainstream Rock and Active Rock stations in September 2017. Thus, KEGL put them on the bill at "Freakers Ball." 

Here's Cindy Scull & Debbie Sexxton interviewing the guys.

Of course by now the Led Zeppelin comparisons (and the burden of being "saviors of rock") might weigh a young band down, but so far so good. Check out the rest of the songs on their EP, and learn more about Greta Van Fleet thanks to this profile in Screamer Magazine

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