Nikki Sixx Shares What He Thinks About Greta Van Fleet And Green Day

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Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx shared a post on his official Twitter page starting a Q&A session with his fans and answering two questions revealing his opinion about two other rock bands, Green Day, and the relatively new band, Greta Van Fleet.

As many of you know, Green Day which was founded by lead vocalist and guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong and bassist and backing vocalist Mike Dirnt in 1987 is one of the best-selling music artists of all time and is one of the fans’ favorite bands with its career that spans over more than three decades with countless chart hits and monumental albums.

While Green Day has been around for quite some time, there’s one band that has been quite popular these days, especially with its similar sound to the legendary band Led Zeppelin and their enthusiasm for rock music at a young age despite the majority, that is Greta Van Fleet which is an eight-year-old band.

Nikki Sixx being the most active member of his band when it comes to his social media accounts, especially on Twitter on which he has more than 800k followers, and usually doing Q&A sessions with his fans during which he answers every kind of question, was asked about these two bands recently.

Mötley Crüe bassist shared posts on his official Twitter page first answering the question about Green Day, revealing that he likes the band, and as a matter of fact, Sixx praised the band’s songs while stating that everybody likes Green Day.

Here is what a fan asked:

“Do you like green day???”

Here is what Nikki Sixx said:

“Who doesn’t? Great songs

After revealing his opinion about Green Day, a fan wanted to know what Mötley Crüe icon thinks about the newly flourishing band Greta Van Fleet, and apparently, Nikki Sixx’s own radio show was actually the first show to play the band’s songs and support the band back in the day, therefore, Sixx himself should be liking Greta Van Fleet.

Here is what the fan said:

“Nikki, have you heard Greta Van Fleet? Do you like them?”

Here is what Mötley Crüe bassist said:

“Yes my radio show Sixx Sense was the first to play and support them”

You can see the Twitter posts below.