Dirty Honey

Best known for the chart-topping hit song "When I'm Gone," the hard rock band Dirty Honey formed in Los Angeles in 2017. Frontman Marc Labelle, guitarist John Notto, bassist Justin Smolian, and drummer Corey Coverstone took their inspiration from acts like Led Zeppelin and Guns N' Roses, and debuted with the self-titled Dirty Honey EP in 2019. The EP featured "When I'm Gone," which reached Number 1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs Chart, making Dirty Honey the first unsigned band to ever top the chart. The follow-up single "Rolling 7s" climbed to number 3 on the same chart. Shows with bands like The Who, Skillet, Alter Bridge, and Red Sun Rising followed. When it came time to record a full-length album, Dirty Honey continued working with producer Nick DiDia, who had also overseen the band's EP. The resulting record, also titled Dirty Honey, was released in 2021, led by the Top 20 modern rock hit "California Dreamin'." Can't Find the Brakes followed in 2023, earning another Top 10 hit on the Mainstream Rock Songs Chart with "Won't Take Me Alive." Months later, "Coming Home (Ballad of the Shire)" reached number 38 on the same chart.

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