Dirty Honey will be participating in the Viper Room Global Stream on July 24th 2020

Dirty Honey Viper Room live streaming show 2020 poster
The ongoing pandemic completely changed our world and forced us to change our lifestyles. The pandemic took its toll on not just every single person individually, but on every single business and industry as well. And the music industry is sadly no exception. Due to concerts, events being health hazards countless tours have been canceled or postponed, which left hundreds of artists and fans disappointed and let down.
But the music industry isn’t the only one that had to suffer the cancellation of events. There is no industry left untouched by the pandemic. COVID-19 forced every single movie theatre, restaurant, club, casino, and basically every public gathering spot to shut down until further notice. And instead of giving up and waiting for the pandemic to be over a lot of industries took action and found ways to salvage their success. One of the best examples of this is the online casinos. Even though people haven’t been able to gamble at land-based casinos a huge majority of them decided to move to the digital scene which is why the number of people playing at online casinos for real money has increased drastically. This demonstrates that going online was the best solution during these hard times.
And that is exactly what the music industry did. During the past couple of months, there have been countless digital concerts and events planned and executed with a lot of success. Many artists even choose to go live regularly on social media and perform for their fans. And Dirty Honey is exactly one of those artists who are trying to make these times easier for the public and is participating in many different events. For example, the band has a virtual performance planned on July 24th in Los Angeles. And for these concerts, the band has had to practice via zoom and write songs while video chatting.
And now the iconic Los Angeles rock station KLOS-FM and the infamous Sunset Blvd. nightclub The Viper Room are going to join forces with one of the hottest rock bands of LA, Dirty Honey for a little Lockdown Live at The Viper Room. This is a global pay-per-view concert set for Friday, July 24th and it will start at 7:30 pm PDT. The tickets are sold for $9.55 each and the info about how to purchase them can be found here.
This performance is going to be the first time Dirty Honey has ever performed at The Viper Room which is a pretty big deal. This is a venue that has presented shows by artists like Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Courtney Love and Hole, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Black Crowes. According to Dirty Honey’s vocalist Marc LaBelle: “Over the past year, we've played a lot of smaller clubs while coming up, all of them affected by Coronavirus, so we're really happy to have this opportunity to play at the Viper Room”.
Keith Cunningham, the program director for KLOS-FM also talked about this concert: “Dirty Honey has risen from the streets of Los Angeles to have two #1 rock radio records.  At a time when fans need real musical experiences more than ever, KLOS encourages our Rock Radio brethren across the country and around the globe to get the word out and support the first-ever streaming event from the legendary Viper Room on the Sunset Strip, Lockdown Live, featuring Dirty Honey”.
The set-list for Dirty Honey’s performance will be drawn from the band’s self-titled and self-released debut EP. Among the songs chosen to be played at the event will be the two smash hit tracks “Rolling 7s” and “When I’m Gone”. At the same time, the band – LaBelle, guitarist John Notto, bassist Justin Smolian, and drummer Corey Coverstone – will also perform some brand new songs that they plan to record for their next release.
“This is our first time hosting a live stream from The Viper Room and pairing with Dirty Honey and KLOS is a perfect situation”, said the club’s General Manager Tommy Black.