Greta Van Fleet Sister Reveals Pool Swimming Photos


Greta Van Fleet features Josh, Jake, and Sam Kizka, but there is is also a Kizka sister: Veronica, who also goes by Ronnie. Veronica has recently uploaded photos of her swimming at a pool, and she looks to be a great athlete! Greta Van Fleet recently revealed what an ‘elderly woman’ did to them.

Sam Kiszka said about Veronica, “We have a sister, Veronica, she’s older than me and younger than Josh and Jake.” He added, “Veronica in Hawaii is learning to dive. Our entire family is adventurous, we’re always going out doing things, we strive for bigger success, no settling.”

Greta Van Fleet have been riding high this year, though they have been plagued by Led Zeppelin comparisons, with their former manager claiming Josh Kiszka would be capable of fronting a Led Zeppelin reunion. Stardog defended the Zeppelin criticism in a recent SteveHoffman.TV forum post, “Interesting and yes the Zep thing is there however, I can’t help noticing most of their biggest critics don’t seem to understand Zep either. Whatever Greta might be they are quintessentially American and Zep were quintessentially British. When Zep do acoustic it’s straight out of the celtic tradition, when Greta do likewise, it’s straight out the second hand focused through the American tradition. The vocalist can never be a kid who grew up in part of the UK that was like much of the industrial coffin, one of stark contrasts. Part of Plant’s vocal charm is that he’s from Dudley, replete with the deadpan dry humour that the West Midlands and the Country has almost ingrained into its’ psyche.

The guy from Greta is far more intense in his whole persona, he’s battling to show he’s worthy, Plant never really gave a flying feck cos he knew he was and that’s what Zep did. They could be as on point as classical musos , they chose more often than not, to almost wing it cos they had an inbuilt sense of their own destiny, Greta are sweating for it still working out do they even have something as lofty in terms of aspiration as a destiny and there’s nothing wrong with that.

I’m minded of the tale of a famous British comedian who literally died on stage with many thinking it was a part of his act. His name was Tommy Cooper, he did a series of dates in Vegas and after one show, the promoter made his way to Tommy’s dressing room.

‘Love the show kid, great gags, tell me, have you ever thought of learning how to do the magic tricks properly?.’ Of course, it was that cultural bond that divides us mostly monoglots, Tommy’s whole routine was about being a really very gifted magician pretending to be rubbish . It’s that Brit self effacing thing we do that and quite understandably annoys many Americans. Given that, you might think Greta sound like Zep and places the ghost is there, the truth is though, they are already slicker than Zep ever were in their entire delivery and that’s fine and dandy cos, in the end, they’re Yanks, it’s what you Yanks do.

Half the criticism of Greta seems to be akin to the kids in class who would snipe at the kids who actually read their set text, the collective hive mind that demands conformity to whatever contemporary meme might hold sway whilst simultaneously pretending to rebellious. By all means don’t like Greta cos his voice doesn’t float your boat, the songs don’t move you, whatever, at least their shooting high.” Greta Van Fleet were stunned by a big name plagiarism claim a few days ago.