Greta Van Fleet continued their domination of the national categories at the 2019 Detroit Music Awards by winning three.
The Michigan quartet won the award for outstanding major-label recording for Anthem of the Peaceful Army and the outstanding national single and big-budget video awards for “When the Curtain Falls.”
Greta Van Fleet won Detroit Music Awards in the same three categories last year for music from the EP From the Fires.
The wins mark another award victory for Greta Van Fleet this year after the group won the Grammy for best rock album in February.
The hard-rock band is currently out of state on a songwriting retreat.
Atlantic Records‘ The Aretha Franklin: Atlantic Singles Collection 1967-79 won the DMA for outstanding anthology/compilation/reissue.
Bettye LaVette‘s Bob Dylan covers album, Things Have Changed, won the award for outstanding national small/indie label recording.
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