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Dirty Honey (USA) - Can't Find the Brakes Tour

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On February 26, 2024, Tallinn's rock enthusiasts can look forward to an electrifying night as Dirty Honey, the American classic rock band, takes the spotlight at Paavli Kultuurtehasa in Tallinn. They will be showcasing new hits from their latest album, "Can't Find The Brakes," promising an unforgettable experience for the audience. Ziggy Wild will perform as a special guest.
 
Dirty Honey, composed of singer Marc LaBelle, guitarist John Notto, bassist Justin Smolian, and drummer Jaydon Bean, draws inspiration from Guns N' Roses and Slash, offering a delightful experience for classic rock fans. Since their inception, Dirty Honey has swiftly climbed the ranks in the music scene, earning adoration from both audiences and critics.
 
Formed in Los Angeles in 2017, Dirty Honey has etched their name in history as the first unsigned band to top the mainstream Billboard Rock Songs chart with their single 'When I'm Gone.' Their self-titled EP, released in March 2019, solidified their status as a fresh sensation in the rock genre.
 
Dirty Honey's musical journey began when guitarist John Notto and vocalist Marc LaBelle teamed up in Los Angeles. These two determined musicians share a passion for authentic rock and roll. The band's distinct sound and energetic live performances caught the attention of industry veteran Mark DiDia, who took on the role of their manager.
 
Their last major tour in 2019-2020 included performances alongside rock giants such as The Who, Guns N' Roses, Kiss, and others. In 2021, they released their self-titled debut album to critical acclaim, securing the 30th spot on Loudwire's list of the best rock and metal albums of the year. This November, they dropped their new album "Can't Find The Brakes," featuring the single "Won't Take Me Alive," which garnered over a million listens on Spotify in less than a week.
 
“This quartet embodies the spirit of raw, unadulterated rock ‘n’ roll,” praised critic Marc Dorian a few weeks ago. “For those newly acquainted with their sound, comparisons to the classic vinyl era of legendary bands like Aerosmith or Led Zeppelin come to mind. LaBelle, with his powerful rock vocals reminiscent of Robert Plant, adds a contemporary edge to his voice. Big, bluesy guitar riffs are an integral part of their sonic equation, but Dirty Honey infuses it with a modern swagger and a distinctive sound that stands on its own.”
 
Dirty Honey is set to bring their new tour to Estonia on February 26, 2024. 

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