Journey performed a handful of hits Friday on the 'Today' show, during which they received a plaque commemorating 'Don't Stop Believin'' as the biggest selling classic rock digital track of all time.

The band performed 'Don't Stop Believin'' along with 'Any Way You Want It,' 'Faithfully' and their new single 'City of Hope.' They were present with the plaque from Nielsen Soundscan by 'Today' host Matt Lauer, who mistook guitarist Neil Schon for keyboardist Jonathan Cain at one point.

The band made the stop at the morning TV show in the midst of their current tour with Foreigner and Night Ranger. That trek is scheduled to run through an Oct. 21 show in Seattle. Click here to check out the full itinerary.

Meanwhile, check out our review of Journey's 'City of Hope' video, and click here to read about how the band reaches out to former singer Steve Perry but gets no response.

Watch Journey Perform 'Don't Stop Believin'' on NBC's 'Today' Show

Watch Journey Receive a Plaque and Perform 'City of Hope'