June 16, 2021
In just two short years, Dirty Honey have become one of the most exciting and fastest-rising rock bands in the industry. Their energetic, blues-tinged rock brings to mind classic-sounding bands like The Dead Daisies, Rival Sons, and The Black Crowes, the latter of whom Dirty Honey will be supporting in outdoor theaters across North America this summer.
Dirty Honey were the first unsigned band to ever have a debut single, “When I’m Gone,” go to No. 1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart, surpassing ten million streams on Spotify alone. The follow-up single, “Rolling 7s,” has more than six million views on YouTube, and their third single, “California Dreamin’,” entered the charts in the Top 10 at Rock Radio. They sold out every date on their first-ever headline tour and gained enough attention that legendary bands The Who and Guns N’ Roses have asked them to open shows for them.
Your chance to catch Dirty Honey comes when the band performs on Piere’s stage on June 24. See why Rolling Stone named the band as an artist you need to know. Given the momentum they have, this may be the last chance you will ever have to see them in a venue this small.