Greta Van Fleet discussed Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham in a new interview, who suffered a heartbreaking death in 1980. A Greta Van Fleet member ‘messing up’ a performance was just revealed.
Wagner told Drummer Magazine that Bonham and Ringo Starr are his biggest influences. “They’re my two biggest guys,” he says. “With Bonham, it was the way he could distill so many styles and make them sound straightforward. Even when he did something complex, it still felt simple. As for Ringo, he was just so creative and unique. Maybe it’s because he’s a lefty who played with his kit set up for a right-handed drummer. He came at his fills his own way.”
Greta Van Fleet made a heartbreaking Eddie Van Halen claim recently. The moderator posted, “Welcome to the Music Suggestion Monday! We all know Greta Van Fleet is by far the greatest band of all time, but we all take short breaks to hear what else is out there. So let us know what’s been on your playlist lately, share mainstream and underground music you think others might like, that 90s pop song you can’t get out of your head, your band’s first demo or any other song you would like to share and discuss with other members of the community.”
IceTheNice responded, “King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard. Also, King Crimson.”
The_Mangry_Werebear said, “I highly recommend The Mars Volta, progressive rock band with a singer with a similar range to Josh’s, in particular their first album Deloused in the Comatorium.”
Nosferatyous_draws wrote, “Looking forward album by CSNY Specifically “No Tears Left” it’s an absolutely fantastic song I’ve heard no one say a word about It blew me away. I’ve had it on repeat since I first heard it. Highly recommend.” You can read the full Danny Wagner interview at Drummer Magazine.