Brotherly Rock: Greta Van Fleet delivers fresh energy to classic sounds

Greta Van Fleet saved the best for last. “Madison has a special place in our hearts,” says bassist Sam Kiszka, checking in from Jacksonville, Florida, the second stop on an 18-date, primarily East Coast tour that will wrap up June 4 at Breese Stevens Field. The band includes the three Kiszka brothers — Sam, 20, …

Greta Van Fleet Rocks NYC’s Forest Hills Stadium [Recap/Photos]

There aren’t too many young rock bands around today who are accomplishing what Greta Van Fleet is at the moment. The four-piece rock band found themselves on the outskirts of New York City on Saturday where they headlined the iconic Forest Hills Stadium in Queens for the outdoor venue’s first show of the year. Following an impressive opening set …

“From the Fires” website officially launched!

Website founder and creator Chris Passmore is proud to announce the official launch of the internet’s premier Greta Van Fleet news resource website, “From The Fires”. Chris’ enthusiasm for the band and passion for their message led him to create FromTheFires in order to fill the unmet need of having one source to organize the …

Josh Kiszka talks about training his voice

Greta Van Fleet singer Josh Kiszka said the band do not use any backing tracks in their live performances in a SleazeRoxx interview. Sleaze Roxx: In watching/listening to numerous live clips, it is quite apparent that you have a very powerful, yet soulful vocal range. Your vocal approach is extremely clean yet it is very obvious you are …