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Dirty Honey, one of today’s most exciting and fastest-rising rock bands, who has been generating the kind of buzz seldom experienced by other new rockers, will be main support on The Black Crowes’ “Shake Your Money Maker Summer 2021 Tour.” The band will bring its sexy, bluesy, new-fashioned rock’n’roll to The Crowes’ U.S. trek that kicks off July 20 in Nashville, TN, and will include a Dirty Honey hometown stop at The Forum in Los Angeles – a long way from the days when the band played the Basement Tavern in Santa Monica, CA. All dates are listed below; tickets are on sale now and can be purchased HERE.

Sharing the stage with The Black Crowes is something Dirty Honey front-man Marc LaBelle has dreamt about his entire life. “The Black Crowes are one of my all-time favorite bands, period,” said LaBelle. “I grew up listening to them in my stepbrother’s car, so to now be opening the show on their ‘Shake Your Money Maker Tour,’ truly is a dream come true.”

Since “When I’m Gone,” Dirty Honey’s 2019 debut single that became the first song by an unsigned artist to land at #1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart, the band has injected a potent shot of adrenaline into the rock music scene. They’ve opened for The Who, Guns N’ Roses, and Slash, sold out their first-ever headline tour, was named an “Artist You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone, saw all three of their singles go Top 10 on the rock charts, and earlier this year, the band’s debut full-length, self-titled album entered the Current Hard Rock Chart at #2.

“We’re all so excited to play shows again, share some music with the world, see some fans, and find out how well we can play our new music,” added LaBelle. “And that we’re going on tour with The Black Crowes is just beyond amazing… we really can’t wait.”

Before joining The Black Crowes, Dirty Honey – LaBelle, John Notto/guitars, Justin Sm

About Bryan Joe Corder (4208 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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