Greta Van Fleet is notching another rock 'n' roll achievement this month.
The Frankenmuth quartet will perform Jan. 19 on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," a prestigious slot that signifies mass audience arrival for any act.
It will be GVF's second late night TV appearance, following a July 26 stop on NBC's "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon," during which it performed "When the Curtain Falls" from its 2018 album "Anthem of the Peaceful Army."
GVF played three sold-out shows during the last week of December at Detroit's Fox Theatre.
The group plays one last pair of U.S. shows. Jan. 9-10, in Seattle before heading to Japan, Australia and New Zealand later in the month. A European tour begins Feb. 22 in Spain, with a North American tour in May.
GVF is nominated for four Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist. The ceremony takes place Feb. 10 in Los Angeles.
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