Greta Van Fleet Lives Up to Hype in Boston
The young Michigan natives Greta Van Fleet lived up to the hype Monday night as they put on a true rock show at House of Blues Boston. The band took the stage shortly after 9 p.m. playing to an energetic sold out crowd of all ages. Greta Van Fleet dove right in with "Highway Tune" which electrified the crowd. Singer Josh Kiszka's voice was strong throughout the night and the crowd cheered each time he belted out the vocals in their hits such as "Safari Song." The band jammed together quite a bit during their set leaving the crowd stunned at their musicianship. Several mouths were gaped while guitarist Jake Kiszka shredded for several minutes straight. Bassist Sam Kiszka kept the groove and also played on keys for a couple of songs. Drummer Danny Wagner also received praise from the crowd during his drum solo as the audience chanted "Danny!"