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LOS ANGELES, CA – Wednesday, May 5, 2021 – Today is a good day for .  For the second time in their brief history, the band is nailing some impressive accomplishments.  In October, 2019, they became the first unsigned band to go all the way to #1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs chart with their very first single, “When I’m Gone.”  Today, the band sees its debut full-length album score the #2 spot on the Current Hard Rock Albums chart, #4 on the Current Independent Albums chart, and #5 on the Current Rock Albums chart.  And all without the support of a major label.

“It exceeded all of our expectations,” said ’s vocalist/lyricist Mark LaBelle about the release of the band’s debut album, the album.  “We’re all really excited to release new music, especially after such a long wait, and it’s great to feel the momentum again, with the ‘California Dreamin” single, the response to all of the new music, our social media…it’s just a very exciting time.”

But wait, there’s more:  Recent press features and socials posts – not to mention the viral video clip that actor and good-friend-of-the-band’s Taylor Kitsch posted on his Instagram last week – have made it clear that all Dirty Honey wants to do is get back on the road and play live shows.  So, today, the band – LaBelle, John Notto/guitars, Justin Smolian/bass, and Corey Coverstone/drums – announces “The California Dreamin’ Tour,” the first round of dates since the band’s sold-out, headline trek back in January/February 2020.  The tour will kick off June 3 in Tempe, AZ  with fellow Californians Joyous Wolf supporting on all of Dirty Honey’s headline shows.  Ticket pre-sales are available tomorrow from 10:00AM – 10:00PM local; password is DREAMIN.  General tickets go on sale this Friday at 10:00AM local; go HERE for all ticketing information for Dirty Honey’s upcoming tour dates.

JUNE

 3   The Marquee, Tempe, AZ*

 5   Jake’s Backroom, Lubbock, TX*

 6   Hoot’s Pub, Amarillo, TX*

 8   The Rock Box, San Antonio, TX*

 9   Brewster Street Ice House, Corpus Christi, TX*

11  Club LA, Destin, FL*

12  Soul Kitchen Music Hall, Mobile, FL*

14  Shagnasty’s, Huntsville, AL*

15  Capone’s, Johnson City, TN*

17  The Signal, Chattanooga, TN*

19  Diamond Ballroom, Oklahoma City, OK*

20  The Cotillion, Wichita, KS*

22  Bourbon Theatre, Lincoln, NE*

24  Piere’s, Fort Wayne, IN*

26  Ford Park Live, Oshkosh, WI

27  Now Arena, Hoffman Estates, IL

 

SEPTEMBER

25   MMR*B*Q, BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ

Tickets on-sale  Friday, May 7 at 10:00AM ET 

* Dirty Honey Headline dates, Joyous Wolf will special guest

 

 

 

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