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Dirty Honey Takes Baltimore by Storm on 'Can't Find The Breaks' Album Release Night

by Shannon Flack November 4, 2023

Dirty Honey at Rams Head Live! in Baltimore, MD celebrating the release of their album "Can't Find The Breaks" (Shannon Flack)

On November 3, 2023, Rams Head Live! in Baltimore, MD, became the epicenter of a thunderous celebration as Dirty Honey took the stage on the release date of their highly anticipated album, "Can't Find The Breaks." The evening was presented by 98 Rock Baltimore, and to kick things off, the stage was set on fire by the talented Austin Meade.

The night was electric from the moment fans filed into Rams Head Live!. The atmosphere was palpable with anticipation as concertgoers were not only ready to hear the new tunes but also to hear hits from Dirty Honey's previous albums. Dirty Honey's reputation for high-octane, no-frills rock 'n' roll was upheld with a performance that will undoubtedly be etched in the memories of all those in attendance.

Austin Meade, the opening act, set the stage brilliantly, warming up the crowd with his soulful and energetic performance. His blend of rock and blues was the perfect appetizer for the main event, and he left the audience buzzing with excitement.

When Dirty Honey hit the stage, the energy in the venue reached its peak. From the very first note, they commanded the audience's attention, and it was evident that this was not just a concert but a full-blown rock experience.

Marc LaBelle of Dirty Honey (Shannon Flack)

Dirty Honey showcased their new album, "Can't Find The Breaks," with the same raw, unadulterated passion that has become their trademark. The new songs were met with enthusiasm, and they seamlessly blended with their established hits like "When I'm Gone" and "California Dreamin'." The band's musicianship was impeccable, with John Notto's guitar solos igniting the crowd and Justin Smolian and Jaydon Bean providing a rock-solid rhythm section. Marc LaBelle's vocals were as fiery and captivating as ever, effortlessly showcasing his incredible range and stage presence.

The night was a true rock 'n' roll spectacle, with Dirty Honey delivering a performance that was nothing short of electrifying. The music, the energy, and the camaraderie between the band and their fans made it an unforgettable night. Dirty Honey and their new album, "Can't Find The Breaks," are sure to leave a lasting impression on the world of rock music. They left no doubt that they are one of the most exciting rock acts of our time, and they proved once again that they are a force to be reckoned with.

The tour continues tonight in Harrisburg, PA.

For more tour dates and ticket information click here


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