A new dawn of rock ‘n’ roll is on the horizon. Channeling the spirits of and creativity of 70’s acts like Led Zeppelin, The Doors and the Who, the Michigan-band Greta Van Fleet became an overnight sensation and brought the attention of the world upon them. With their self-declared goal to spread peace, love and unity, the Kiszka brothers together with drummer Danny Wagner, struck gold in the hearts of their fans. 2017, Greta Van Fleet’s first year as a professional band was a wild ride of sold-out concerts in North America and Europe, glowing press, accolades from a slew of fellow artists, millions of YouTube video plays and Spotify streams, and most importantly, the genesis of an extraordinary connection with their fans.
The four young musicians – twin brothers Josh and Jake Kiszka, younger brother Sam and friend Danny Wagner – found their passion for rock as they grew up listening through their parents’ extensive vinyl record collections, which helped give birth to the music they make today: a high-energy hybrid of rock ’n’ roll, blues and soul. Debut single Highway Tune topped Billboard US Mainstream Rock for four weeks in a row, while their debut full length album from earlier this year, Anthem of the Peaceful Army, took a similar journey when it topped the Billboard following its release. The band’s collective goal is to have people walk out of their live shows feeling invigorated, energized and exhilarated, and to take that feeling out into the world. With millions of listeners worldwide, a chart-topping album and an energizing live show, Greta Van Fleet are ready for Lollapalooza.