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LOS ANGELES, CA  (Thursday, September 2, 2021) — Directed and edited by the award-winning  Scott Fleishman/APLUSFILMZ, Dirty Honey’s brand new music video “The Wire” was shot at various locations on the band’s current U.S. tour with The Black Crowes, and provides the viewer a laminated, All Access pass to life on the road with what one journalist called “a band at the top of the new breed of rock and rollers."


On the tour bus…arriving at the next gig…a little sightseeing on a day off…dinner and a cigar at La Scarola…soundcheck…signing copies of their debut album for that night’s merchandise after-show celebratory night-cap at a local saloon...from the dressing room to the stage...this is Dirty Honey’s, “The Wire.”


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"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 Magazine, Chicago


Show openers Dirty Honey, put on a performance that was worthy of a proper double-billing

and not just an ‘opening act.’” — SF Bay Area Concerts, San Francisco


“By the time the last notes of ‘When I’m Gone’ and ‘Rollin’ 7s’ rang out, I think it was safe to say

Dirty Honey had won over a whole boat-load of new fans.” — Herald-Whig, St. Louis


“All that is left to be said about the band’s performance is that they departed the stage to a standing ovation,

not a common occurrence among relatively unknown, opening acts.”  — On Tour Magazine, Pittsburgh



Dirty Honey on tour with The Black Crowes:


 4  Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood, Atlanta, GA 

 5  Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, Birmingham, AL 

 7  iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, FL 

 8  MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre., Tampa, FL 

10 PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte, NC 

11 Coastal Credit Union Music Park @ Walnut Creek, Raleigh, NC 

14 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY 

15 Xfinity Center, Boston, MA 

17 Jones Beach Theatre, Wantagh, NY 

18 PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ 

22 Jiffy Lube Live, Washington, DC 

23 BB&T Pavilion, Philadelphia, PA 


Dirty Honey Dates:


25  WMMR MMR*B*Q, BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ

28  The Senate, Columbia, S.C.  (w/ Mammoth WVH)

29  The Loft, Atlanta, GA  (HL)

30  District Live, Savannah, GA  (HL)



 2 98Rockfest, Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL 

 7  Tulsa State Fair, Tulsa, OK

 8  WPLA Radio Show, St. Augustine Amphitheatre, St.Augustine, FL

 9  WJRR Earthday Birthday, Tinker Field, Orlando, FL

17 KATT Fest, Oklahoma City, OK



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To say that 2019 was a breakout year for Dirty Honey would be an understatement.  Recorded in Byron Bay, Australia with producer Nick DiDia (Pearl Jam, Rage Against The Machine), the band released its self-titled debut EP in March 2019.  The band didn’t waste any time before making music history when it became the only unsigned artist ever to hit #1 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Chart with its debut track "When I'm Gone.”  The band's second single, “Rollin 7s,"went into the Top 5 at Rock Radio (and was still headed up when COVID changed everything), and the music video has racked up more than 5.5-million YouTube plays. Between the Fall of 2018 and early 2020, Dirty Honey opened for The Who, Guns N' Roses, and Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, performed at more than a dozen major summer festivals, including Welcome to Rockville, Louder Than Life, Heavy MTL, Rocklahoma, Sonic Temple and Epicenter, and played to SRO crowds at every show on its first-ever headline tour in December, January and February 2020.   Additionally, Dirty Honey was named Canadian Rock Radio's #1 International Breakout Artist of 2019, the band was nominated as Best New Rock/Alternative Artist for the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards, and Rolling Stone wrote about the band as an “Artist You Need To Know.”  On March 5, 2021, Dirty Honey unveiled  “California Dreamin’,” the lead single from its debut album that is set for release April 23, 2021.


Dirty Honey Media Contact:

Heidi Ellen Robinson-Fitzgerald


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