Dirty Honey’s new album, Can’t Find The Brakes, that is out November 3 and already receiving rave reviews. On this tour, vocalist Marc LaBelle, guitarist John Notto, and bassist Justin Smolian will also introduce North America to Dirty Honey’s new drummer, Jaydon Bean, a long-time friend of the band’s who came on board this past January.
Here’s a bit more about the band for consideration: Los Angeles-based Dirty Honey is still — by choice — unsigned with no major label affiliation.The first single from new album Can’t Find The Brakes,“Won’t Take Me Alive,” is now Top 20 on Mediabase’s Active Rock Radio chart, #22 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart (up from #36), and still headed up on both charts. Set on a backdrop of blistering, down-and-dirty blues-infused rock’n’roll, the new songs are a testament to Dirty Honey’s growth as songwriters, musicians, and arrangers, andis an all-out roller coaster ride through love, passion, loss, regret, loyalty, redemption, inflicting pain and healing wounds. There’s even an unexpected trio of emotional, break-your-heart-into-pieces tracks.
Dirty Honey Is:
Marc LaBelle • Vocals
John Notto • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Justin Smolian • Bass, Acoustic Guitar
Jaydon Bean • Drums, Percussion
The Can’t Find The Brakes Album:
Produced, Engineered, and Mixed by Nick DiDia
Recorded at Brooklet Recording, Australia
Mixed Somewhere in Los Angeles – USA
Assisted by Jackson Sommerville
Mastered by Billy Joe Bowers at Casa De Amor
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