During an interview with Alternative Nation, Greta Van Fleet manager Michael Barbee discussed the idea of the band’s singer Josh Kiszka fronting a hypothetical Led Zeppelin reunion.
“Obviously, I think the boys have the utmost respect for Led Zeppelin. My guess would be no, he [Josh] wouldn’t want to do it, just because he would nail it. He’s gonna do a great job, and that’s not gonna help him.
“I’d like to see the opposite. I’d like to see Jimmy Page come and do a show with them. Then it doesn’t have to be a Zeppelin thing.
“I don’t know what point it would prove for Josh to be a guest singer for Zeppelin because then it’s just feeding into the frenzy.”
Last year, Robert Plant told Channel Ten about Greta Van Fleet :
“There’s a band in Detroit called Greta Van Fleet, they are Led Zeppelin I. Beautiful little singer, I hate him!
“He borrowed [his voice] from somebody I know very well, but what are you going to do? At least he’s got a bit of style because he’s said he based his whole style of Aerosmith. [Rolls eyes]”