Detroit’s Greta Van Fleet Band Gets Standing Ovation on Jimmy Fallon Show –  Deadline Detroit

The Detroit-based Greta Van Fleet band made its late-night television premiere Thursday. Brian McCollum of the Detroit Free Press writes:

The Detroit-based four-piece drew a standing ovation on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” for its performance of “When the Curtain Falls,” on the heels of the song’s official single release last week.

Deploying its own concert lighting on the NBC-TV show, Greta Van Fleet — brothers Josh, Jake and Sam Kiszka, along with drummer Danny Wagner — whipped through the crunching tune about showbiz shallowness and the “Hollywood of hell.”

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