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.
L.A.-based phenom, Dirty Honey, is one of rock’s hottest and fastest rising new bands. Having formed in 2017, the band is exploding at a blistering pace and is the first unsigned band to ever top Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs Chart. They have already opened for the likes of Alter Bridge, Guns N’ Roses, Skillet, Slash… Read more »
“How old are you exactly, if you don’t mind me asking?” That is the question that Marc LaBelle, lead vocalist for Dirty Honey asked me. Sounds like an odd request, but there is a point to his query. I had mentioned that Dirty Honey is reminiscent of the classic hard rock bands of the 70’s… Read more »
DIRTY HONEY TO SUPPORT GUNS N’ ROSES ON FINAL TWO DATES OF THE “NOT IN THIS LIFETIME TOUR” One of rock’n’roll’s hottest new bands, DIRTY HONEY, has been tapped as main support for the two final dates of Guns N’Roses’ “Not In This Lifetime Tour” that launched in April, 2016. The dates are set for… Read more »
Dirty Honey: L-R: Justin Smolian/bass, Marc LaBelle/vocals, John Notto/guitars (not pictured, drummer Corey Coverstone) Photo Credit: Mike Savoia White-hot rock band Dirty Honey has already opened for The Who and Slash, was chosen as iHeart Radio’s “On The Verge” Rock artist, has its music video in rotation at MTV, and this week becomes this year’s first… Read more »