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December 13, 2023 in The Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville, TN.

Los Angeles based band, Dirty Honey, is all gas and no breaks. With nearly half a million monthly listeners, Dirty Honey has surpassed the reach of California claiming the whole world as fans.

Though surprising to some, they have stuck with their roots as an unsigned and fully independent band after successfully topping the charts with their debut single “When I’m Gone.” With how far they have come since that first release in 2019, it is clear that sticking to their authenticity is the right call. In supporting iconic household names like KISS and Guns N’ Roses, they have proved their place in the genre of rock and roll.

Dirty Honey’s album “Can’t Find The Breaks” was released on the 3rd of November and has been accompanied by the “Can’t Find The Breaks” North American headline tour with a total of 39 stops. The support act for this tour is Austin Meade, an artist out of Texas. Members of Dirty Honey include Marc LaBelle on vocals, John Notto on guitar, Justin Smolian on bass, and Jaydon Bean on drums.

The Nashville show, presented by Do615, was a hit featuring songs from both their most recent album release as well as their self-titled debut album. With the majority of the crowd being first time attendees of a Dirty Honey show, the performance did not disappoint. Singer Marc LaBelle is a natural at connecting with an audience. Interacting with fans on the barricade and taking the time to make those special moments happen is what every music fan hopes for when attending a show.

The Brooklyn Bowl Nashville was a full house for this performance. Every guest was on their feet to not miss a second of the phenomenal performance. The stage visuals were noteworthy with some of my favorite stage lighting I have seen this year. Dirty Honey is definitely a show you don’t want to miss if they’re coming to a city near you!

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