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26.2.2024 | Culture

Dirty Honey to rock Tallinn tonight

Text Mark Taylor
Photo Daniel Prakopcy

Dirty Honey to rock Tallinn tonight

 

Tallinn’s Paavli Culture Factory will resonate with the thunderous echoes of classic rock tonight, February 26, as the up-and-coming American rock band, Dirty Honey will grace the stage. The band, renowned for their gritty sound and dynamic presence, will unveil tracks from their latest album, “Can’t Find The Brakes”. Estonian band Ziggy Wild will be the support act.

Comprised of vocalist Marc LaBelle, guitarist John Notto, bassist Justin Smolian, and drummer Jaydon Bean, Dirty Honey draw their inspiration from rock icons like Guns N’ Roses, crafting a sound that resonates deeply with classic rock enthusiasts.

Formed in Los Angeles in 2017, the band swiftly ascended the musical ranks, becoming the first unsigned group to dominate the Billboard Rock Songs chart with their song ‘When I’m Gone. Going on to tour with the likes of The Who, Guns N’ Roses, and Kiss.

Managed by industry veteran Mark DiDia, Dirty Honey’s latest tour will focus on new tracks from their latest album, “Can’t Find the Brakes”.

Tickets for tonight’s concert at Paavli Culture Factory in Tallinn are still available to buy at Piletilevi

 

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