Mammoth and Dirty Honey Hits The Tour Circuit
It almost seemed like a co-headlining bill, and certainly felt that way. With only two bands on tonight show, and Dirty Honey being up first it was extremely important to get there on time as there were no other openers. Dirty Honey brings the show to the stage that sounds exactly like that; nasty and sweet. They’re deep-rooted Rock with reminiscent sounds of Southern twinge and so moving grooves have certainly caught the attention of the fans Across the Nation. Anyone ready to hit the floor towards the crowd barrier knows if this is the time to do it. Deep crunches, soulful heavy-hitting bass and drums that let you know “yeah” I’m here, along with a front-man with powerful vocal range with feelings that penetrate the heart. Dirty Honey is, without a doubt, one of the fastest rising bands in its genre today. So I would definitely recommend seeing them live.
Then of course you have Mammoth, with the most recognizable name, Wolfgang Van Halen fronting the band with not only amazing vocals but his amazing guitar stylings as well. It’s hard to follow the steps of one of the most famous musicians in the world, but it’s no doubt that Wolf has proven himself to the masses. Their rock and roll style of yesteryear and today combined creates a genre that fills the void and today’s music scene. The only downfall was that photographers were not allowed in the pit to photograph, so pictures were hard to come by especially in a venue that doesn’t have the best lighting. But in the end Mammoth delivered to a sold-out crowd of screaming fans yearning for more. All in all it was a kick ass concert with a surprised lineup where others thought it would be mismatched. This tour goes on for a while so be sure to get your tickets when it comes to a venue near you and see this show, you won’t be disappointed.
Dirty Honey Is:
|Members||Marc LaBelle, John Notto Justin Smolian, Corey Coverstone|
Wolfgang Van Halen, Frank Sidoris, Jon Jourdan, Ron Ficarro