Dirty Honey To Open For Guns N' Roses On Fall Dates


Dirty Honey is among the acts that will open for Guns N' Roses as the latter band resumes live work later this month, with the tour starting on September 25th in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Dirty Honey will actually warm up for the Gunners on the two last gigs of the trek, a two-night stand at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas on November 1st and 2nd. Artists appearing earlier on the tour include Blackberry Smoke, Bishop Gunn, Shooter Jennings and others.

The Los Angeles-based act has already opened for Guns, as well as other legendary acts like The Who, during its brief existence. Singer Marc LaBelle told us that performing in front of The Who was especially overwhelming: ["The Who was definitely like a pinch yourself...watching them soundcheck, and like the slide show of their entire band life is playing as they're soundchecking and like these guys -- these icons -- are right there and, like, coming offstage and walking right next to you and talking to you, and you're just like, what is going on? I didn't expect it, but it was very emotional."] SOUNDCUE (:19 OC: . . . was very emotional.)

Prior to the Guns shows, Dirty Honey will hit the road as support for Alter Bridge and Skillet later this month, starting on September 19th in Raleigh, North Carolina.