Longing for the days when your local rock radio station was your one stop shop for your favorite tunes as well as your portal to new music and bands? Perhaps you are too young to remember those days. If you are a member of the latter group, let’s start with a little backstory. During the… Read more »
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dirty Honey was forced to cancel travel plans to Australia in mid-March to write and record new music with producer Nick DiDia (Pearl Jam, Rage Against The Machine), but that hasn’t prevented the band from figuring out a way to get it done. Since late March, the band… Read more »
When COVID-19 disrupted Dirty Honey’s plans to return to Australia to record new music with legendary producer Nick DiDia, frontman Marc LaBelle concocted an idea to make use of the unexpected downtime: Suitcase Sessions. “I’ve always wanted to shoot videos out in nature, in non-traditional locations, and have a high-quality recording rig that was small… Read more »
Dirty Honey had been scheduled to fly to Australia yesterday to record new music and make its down-under debut at the Byron Bay Bluesfest in April. The guys did not make the trip, but are currently hunkered down in their respective L.A.-area homes, staying safe and healthy. On Instagram, the band shares with fans what… Read more »
True rock n’ roll music is back and taking their rightful place in the front of the pack is Los Angeles-based, four-Piece, Dirty Honey. After becoming the first unsigned band to top the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart in 2019 with When I’m Gone, Dirty Honey have embarked on what seems like a nonstop… Read more »
Photos – DIRTY HONEY’s Rolling 7’s Tour – Live! at the El Rey Theatre CLICK HERE to read a review of the show.
With a #1 debut single, a new track currently a top ten hit at rock radio in the United States and Canada, nearly 19-million total streams, and a just-completed, six-week SRO tour of the U.S., Dirty Honey, one of the hottest, new rock bands on the scene today, will head to the U.K. and Europe… Read more »
The boys were back in town. Playing before a sold out Troubadour audience of fans, family, friends and industry, Dirty Honey returned to their Southern California roots. Without an extensive touring history it would be many in the crowd’s first opportunity to see if they lived up to the hype. And what hype! Unless you’ve… Read more »
Photos – DIRTY HONEY Live! – at The Troubadour CLICK HERE to read a review of the show.
Photos – DIRTY HONEY- Live! Phoenix, AZ CLICK HERE to read a review of the show.