There's a young band called Greta Van Fleet that obviously copied Led Zeppelin's sound. Upon first listening, I was kind of mad. I thought "wow they just ripped off Zeppelin." Then as I listened more, I was like, "well, they're doing a pretty good job of ripping off Zeppelin, I'll give them that..." Then after a little more, I really started to enjoy it. And I started to think that maybe this is okay, maybe it's even awesome. Because there are so many beloved bands that break up or retire and the fans can never hear original creations from them again. BUT if a copycat band were to pop up, and they sounded eerily similar to the original band, AND they wrote original songs.... Songs that were so good you could almost trick your brain into believing that the original band would've written this song if they were still together.... How is that a bad thing for fans? I'm sure they won't get as much credit as the band who INVENTED the sound, nor should they. But if they are scratching a particular itch for millions of fans who felt like they were left out in the cold, I say more power to 'em. As a die hard Guns 'n Roses fan, I think I'd be very happy to hear a band that rips off their sound, yet executes it extremely well AND writes pretty good, new, and original songs.... Simply because I know GNR won't do it. Here's a sample of Greta Van Fleet, for those who haven't heard them. So, Mayberry, what do you think? Would you become a fan of a band that blatantly copied Pink Floyd's sound? Or the Doors? Or Nirvana? Provided they did an excellent job and created new material?