Straight out of the gate, Los Angeles’ Dirty Honey began making rock ‘n’ roll history when their debut single “When I’m Gone” became the first song by an unsigned artist to reach number one on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock charts. The band hasn’t taken their foot off of the gas since. Self-described as “New Fashioned Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Dirty Honey aims to bring a bit of grittiness back to the over polished scene by reclaiming the devil-may-care attitude embraced by iconic acts such as Led Zeppelin and AC/DC. On the strength of their hit singles, Dirty Honey was invited to tour alongside heavyweights such as The Who, Guns N’ Roses, and Alter Bridge, before embarking on their own successful headlining tour. Soon after, they released their self-titled debut album, a raucous, bluesy banger that bodes well for rock’s future.