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Bearing the torch of their predecessors while rooted in soul, emerging Frankenmuth rockers, Greta Van Fleet, are taking Rock and Roll into a dimension entirely their own. Exemplifying the qualities and raw talent of the greats, the innovative bunch of blood and love made a pit-stop at Saint Andrew’s Hall in Detroit for two sold-out nights that are drawing in a frenzy of both the young and wizened. Buzzing with anticipation and lighting up conversations amongst concert-goers who traveled far and wide to catch a glimpse of the old souls, Greta Van Fleet proved that they are indeed electrifying to witness.
Aglow with ancient wisdom seeping through their lyrical bundles of foresight including “Highway Tune”, “Safari Song”, “Flower Power” and tying in their own rendition of the 1954 hit, “Evil Is Goin’ On” by Howlin’ Wolf, Greta Van Fleet dove deep into their cauldron of mystical musical jewels and stirred up a brew of soulful grooves. Standing still with a sly grin at the mere thought of all that has transpired within, howling and jaw-dropping vocals from Josh Kiszka startled the hearts of Led Zeppelin junkies who packed the house with rousing ovation and great applause. Having palpably matured beyond the careless days of youth, uninhibited emotion poured through every riff by one of the leaders of the generation of new shredders, Jake Kiszka, who embodies the flair, musicality and soul-wrenching spirit to create a legacy for musicians to aspire to.
Photo Credit: Michael Lavine
Picture three brothers and their long-time friend strumming and banging on every instrument they could get their hands on and you’ve got the Frankenmuth rockers who are undeniably the most promising act of our time. Ever since the beginning of their days, the group of charmers were influenced to incessantly create while they subconsciously learned to branch out of mass-societies psychological and emotional quarantine. Rocking the music industry with the furthest from standardized minds, their classic stamp of influence stemming from vinyl collections that the boys listened to around the clock has set the stage for the most refreshing band of the decade.
Staying grounded in ease, Greta Van Fleet has had a monstrous 2017 abounding with massive achievements all around the musical sphere. Showing signs of mammoth success right around the corner, right now is the time to catch Greta Van Fleet in an intimate setting that is bound to turn into a memory that you’ll be telling your grandchildren about. If you haven’t heard their groundbreaking EP, ‘From The Fires’, you are missing out on the most dynamic and creatively rich record of the year. You couldn’t turn your eye on the road to come for Josh, Jake, Sam and Danny if you tried. Greta Van Fleet is the future of Rock and Roll.
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