Dirty Honey – US Tour Kicks Off Tonight Ahead Of New Album “Can’t Find The Breaks” Out On 3rd November

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The New Single, “Coming Home,” Now Also Available
Tickets for Dirty Honey’s Fall Tour Dates Available 

“While the main attraction of the evening was the legendary Guns N’Roses, it was Dirty Honey, the opening act, that proved to be the unexpected highlight.  Opening while daylight still lingered, Dirty Honey took control of the stage and quite possibly the entire evening.  Their performance was a burning reminder that the spirit of rock and roll is still very much alive.” — Jim Gilbert, Nippertown, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
LOS ANGELES, CA — Wednesday, October 18, 2023 — With the November 3 release of Dirty Honey’s new album, Can’t Find The Brakes, just three weeks away, and the band’s single, “Won’t Take Me Alive,” Top 15 at Rock Radio, Dirty Honey launches its nine-week, 39-date, Can’t Find The Brakes 2023 North American headline tour tonight at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco.  

The trek – which introduces the band’s new drummer, Jaydon Bean, to American audiences – follows Dirty Honey’s first-ever headline tours of the UK and Europe, both of which took place earlier this year and saw every single date sell out with many venues having to move to larger capacity buildings due to ticket demand.

Also today, “Coming Home,” the band’s shatter-your-heart-into-a-million-pieces song, is now available HERE.  “Coming Home” is a deeply personal, heartfelt tale of love and life’s everyday challenges that sees the band’s musical lane widening with this unexpected ballad.

‘Can’t Find The Brakes’ is the best bluesy, hard rock record since The Black Crowes dropped ‘Southern Harmony’. That’s the biggest, boldest compliment I can give. ‘Can’t Find The Brakes’ sounds like a band capable of anything – with a rhythm section like you wouldn’t believe, a singer with that certain something that so few have, and a guitarist who knows that less is so much more, but more is even more! Dirty Honey is the rock band that they said would never happen again: the saviors of American Hard Rock… you decide because I’ve already made up my mind. This album will be looked back on as a future classic.” 
Mark Diggins, The Rockpit/Australia 

With special guest Austin Meade, one of the most exciting and unique artists coming out of the Texas scene, confirmed as support, dates for Dirty Honey’s “Can’t Find The Brakes North American Headline Tour” are as follows:

“Can’t Find The Brakes” Headline Tour ’23
18 The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 
19 Ace of Spaces, Sacramento, CA 
21 The Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA 
22 The Nile Theater, Mesa, AZ 
24 The Studio at the Factory, Dallas, TX 
25 RISE Rooftop, Houston, TX 
27 The Beacham, Orlando, FL 
28 Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, Ponte Vedra, FL
29 The RITZ Ybor, Tampa, FL 
31 Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, GA 

 1 The Underground, Charlotte, NC 
 3 Rams Head Live!, Baltimore, MD 
 4 HMAC, Harrisburg, PA 
 5 Asbury Lanes, Asbury Park, NJ 
 7 Théâtre Beanfield, Montreal, QC CANADA 
 8 Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ONT CANADA 
10 The Vogue, Indianapolis, IN 
12 Bogart’s, Cincinnati, OH 
13 Concord Music Hall, Chicago, IL 
15 Liberty Hall, Lawrence, KS 
16 Summit, Denver, CO 
17 The Depot, Salt Lake City, UT 
19 The Sand Dollar Downtown, Las Vegas, NV 
20 The Belasco, Los Angeles, CA 
24 Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA 
25 Roseland Theater, Portland, OR 
26 The Showbox, Seattle, WA 
28 Knitting Factory, Boise, ID 

 1 Bourbon Theatre, Lincoln, NE 
 2 Uptown Theater, Minneapolis, MN 
 4 The Rave II, Milwaukee, WI 
 5 The Castle Theatre, Bloomington, IL 
 7 Saint Andrew’s Hall, Detroit, MI 
 8 Elevation, Grand Rapids, MI 
 9 House of Blues, Cleveland, OH 
11 The Bluestone, Columbus, OH 
13 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville, TN 
14 Mercury Ballroom, Louisville, KY 
15 The Hawthorn, St. Louis, MO 

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