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Greta Van Fleet reschedule cancelled Australian dates

by Paul Cashmere

Greta Van Fleet will return to Australia in September for make-up dates after the suddenly cancellation of the Melbourne shows last week.

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Greta Van Fleet cancel rest of Australian tour

by Paul Cashmere

Greta Van Fleet have cancelled the remainder of their Australian tour due to illness. Josh Kiszka has laryngitis and the Melbourne shows have been cancelled.

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Greta Van Fleet sell-out The Forum and upgrade to Festival Hall

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Greta Van Fleet, America’s great rock hope, has sold out the intimate Forum Theatre in Melbourne and upscaled their second show to the much Festival Hall.

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New Music Releases 19 October 2018

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: Rufus Du Sol, MØ, Elle King, 2Cellos, Disturbed, Jess Glynne, Richard Ashcroft, Greta Van Fleet, Troy Cassar-Daley (GH), How to Dress Well, Soulfly, Neneh Cherry, The Sea Gypsies, and the Queen biopic soundtrack ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’.

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Greta Van Fleet Announce Their First Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Led Zeppelin heirs Greta Van Fleet will bring their March of the Peaceful Army tour to Australia in 2019.

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James Taylor, Robert Plant and City Calm Down Are On Noise11iHeartRadio This Week

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In a brand new iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com James Taylor about his new kids book Sweet Baby James, Robert Plant sings the praises of Greta Van Fleet and Jack Bourke of Calm City Down reveals the secret of Joan in his song ‘Joan I’m Disappearing’.

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Robert Plant Says The Music Industry Today Is “Dull”

by Paul Cashmere

Robert Plant sees hope in rock with the band Greta Van Fleet but he doesn’t see the explosion of creativity like in the 60s and 70s ever repeating itself.

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