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What the press has to say...

L-R:  Marc LaBelle/vocals, John Notto/guitars,

Justin Smolian/bass, Corey Coverstone/drums

“These guys have a dirty blues sound in their rock, a swing that has been missing in new music for a while.  Put simply, they’re putting the roll back in rock.”   

--  L.A. Weekly

"...a show that confirmed that Dirty Honey might just represent the future of hard rock." 

-- L. Kent Wolgamott, Lincoln Journal Star

"In basketball, you can't teach a 40-inch vertical leap, and in rock music you can't teach a banshee wail like Marc LaBelle's.  His throat is golden.  And John Notto's solos sound like lightning looks."

-- Matt Wake, AL.com/Birmingham News

"...rock's most exciting new band."

-- Bass Magazine

"The set included big riffs and memorable choruses.  All that is left to be said about the band's performance was that they departed the stage to a standing ovation, which is not a common occurrence among relatively unknown opening acts."  --  On Tour Magazine 

"...at the top of the 'new breed' of rock and rollers."  

- KNAC

"The opening slot on an amphitheater tour can be a thankless one, but Dirty Honey rose to the occasion, converting the Crowes' faithful as the crowd began to assemble."  -- Forbes