Dirty Honey Are the First Unsigned Band to Land No. 1 Rock Song on Billboard
Written by metanoia on October 7, 2019
LAURYN SCHAFFNER / October 3, 2019
If you haven’t heard the name Dirty Honey, you soon will be hearing it frequently. This up and coming rock quartet is on the rise and are already topping charts. They’ve officially become the first unsigned band to land a number one song on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart.
The song “When I’m Gone” is currently No. 1 on the chart, and has been spent 21 weeks on the chart so far. Dirty Honey are for rock and roll fans who favor bluesy, gritty guitar riffs and raspy vocals. Vocalist Marc Labelle has been compared to the likes of Steven Tyler and Axl Rose, but definitely brings his own unique sound to the table.
Dirty Honey aren’t signed, yet, but they’re certainly stirring up a storm for themselves. “When I’m Gone” was also featured as the theme song for the 2019 WWE Extreme Rules special.
The group have caught the attention of several larger names, having opened for Slash, Alter Bridge and Skillet, and will support Guns N’ Roses in Las Vegas for two nights at the beginning of November, as part of their Not in This Lifetime tour.
Dirty Honey stopped by the Loudwire office recently for an acoustic performance of their No. 1 hit, in addition to another standout track titled “Rolling 7’s.” Watch the video below, and see their headlining tour dates here.
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