Greta Van Fleet Shows Crowd How They Saved Rock n’ Roll With Recent LA Performance
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Greta Van Fleet performed one of their biggest hits at The Greek Theater in Los Angeles on October 26, 2021. No matter what the haters say, these guys are now full-fledged rockstars. They definitely brought the house down with an epic live version of “Highway Tune”. And can we just say how amazing they sound? If you haven’t been to any of their shows, you’re seriously missing out. Watch it below.
Meanwhile, Greta Van Fleet announced a UK and Ireland headline tour for 2022. It kicks off on June 23 in Dublin and wraps up with a pair of shows at Manchester’s O2 Apollo.
Frontman Josh Kiszka also responded to Gene Simmons’ statement that rock music is “dead”.
“Maybe the world of rock [Gene] remembers is dead…I don’t know,” Kiszka told NME. “I think rock ‘n’ roll is a very elastic genre, it’s a very eclectic genre. It seems like every once in a while, a generation reinterprets what that is.”
“And I’ve heard a lot, throughout the years, I guess people blowing hot air about… I think rock ‘n’ roll can become dormant, but you can’t kill something that supersedes time,” he continued. “It’s an attitude and a spirit and a celebration. I think people pass the torch and time moves on.”