Greta Van Fleet added to its 2019 awards tally on Friday night (April 26) -- this time from its home state.
The Michigan quartet, which won the Grammy Award for best rock album earlier this year, took home three trophies at the 28th annual Detroit Music Awards. The group, which was out of state on a songwriting retreat, received the outstanding major label recording award for its 2018 release Anthem of the Peaceful Army, while "When the Curtain Falls" was the outstanding national single. Greta Van Fleet's video for the latter also won the DMA for outstanding video -- major budget.
Also receiving DMAs on Friday were the Aretha Franklin: Atlantic Singles Collection 1967/79 for outstanding anthology/compilation/reissue and Bettye LaVette's Bob Dylan covers album, Things Have Changed, which took home outstanding national small/indie label recording.