Dokken’s George Lynch defended Greta Van Fleet for his or her related sound to Led Zeppelin, saying ‘I rip the whole lot off too’ in a brand new Masters of Shred interview. He additionally hilariously really useful the attorneys from The Three Stooges.
“Listen, I rip off the whole lot too — all of us do,” Lynch stated. “Who cares? Just come clean with it. That’s all you’ve gotta do. I steal far more shit than Greta Van Fleet has ever stolen. See you in court docket. Good luck. I’ve obtained actually good attorneys. Dewey, Cheatem & Howe [the fictional firm of ‘The Three Stooges’]. Ever heard of ’em?”
Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash stated Greta Van Fleet are on the forefront of the resurgence of rock and roll in a brand new Billboard Radio China interview. Alternative Nation transcribed his feedback.
“I’m to see the place it goes the following few years, as a result of there’s a whole lot of actually hungry younger rock and roll bands getting collectively proper now that I’m conscious of. Obviously Greta Van Fleet have carried out amazingly properly and made all people perk up and go, ‘Oh wow.’ Now there’s folks on the lookout for younger teenage rock and roll bands to signal. It’s fascinating, when you watch the whole lot and because it develops in actual time, it’s actually boring. Shit takes what looks like ceaselessly, however when you’re not paying consideration, impulsively you’ll flip round and go one thing simply modified. It’s a relentless state of ebbs and flows with rock and roll on this enterprise.”
In a current Instagram story Q&A, Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan was requested what he thought of Greta Van Fleet, and he appeared to provide them his seal of approval.
Corgan stated, “Great, and sky’s the restrict for the place they will go.”
Smashing Pumpkins and Greta Van Fleet not too long ago performed collectively for the primary time at KROQ Absolut Almost Acoustic Christmas in Los Angeles.