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Dirty Honey Rocks Across The Country on The Can't Find The Brakes Tour.  

November 15, 2023

Los Angeles based rockers, Dirty Honey, are currently midway through touring across the US on their Cant Find The Breaks Tour, joined by special guest Austin Meade.  Dirty Honey has come a long way from their humble beginnings which included playing shows on the sidewalk of Sunset Boulevard, to sharing the stage both in the US and across the world with legends such as The Black Crowes, Kiss and Guns N’ Roses. 

The band first started making waves with their self-titled and self-released EP which included the single “When I’m Gone” which catapulted the band into the spotlight when it became the first single from an unsigned band to top the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart.  Their riveting live performances and captivating sound has propelled them to their meteoric rise and given them a dedicated fan base across the world.

Last year, the band joined another promising up and coming rock act, Mammoth WVH as they co-headlined The Young Guns tour.  This tour showcased not only their musical prowess but their ability to lead a tour along with other promising young talents.  After the Young Guns Tour they followed that up by hitting the road on their California Dreamin’ Tour with opening act Joyous Wolfe.

Success in the music business often comes along with its share of challenges and changes.  Earlier this year the band embarked on their first headlining tour of Europe which would mark the exit of drummer, Corey Coverstone, who exited the band due to personal reasons and the band’s hectic touring schedule.  Stepping in and debuting as new drummer for the band was Jaydon Bean, who has brought a new energy to Dirty Honey’s rhythm section. 

Despite the changes the band continues to make strides in the business.  As Dirty Honey barrels through the Can’t Find The Brakes tour, fans can expect an unforgettable experience from one of the best up and coming rock acts.  With each show performed the band continues to etch their names in the ever-changing landscape of rock and roll, showing audiences why they were named an On The Verge artist from IHeartRaido. 

Dirty Honey will perform at The Depot in Salt Lake City this coming Friday night the 19th and the tour will continue to see them performing across the country until the closing night of the tour in St Louis on December 15th.  Tickets and information can be found here. 

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