The Beacham in Orlando, Florida, was ablaze with rock ‘n’ roll energy as the Can’t Find The Brakes Tour with Dirty Honey supported by the talented opening act, Austin Meade made their stop on October 27th. The tour is in support of their upcoming album Can’t Find the Brakes, releasing on November 3rd. The atmosphere was charged with excitement, and the night promised to be an unforgettable one.
Austin Meade kicked off the evening with a bang, delivering a high-energy performance that set the perfect tone for the night. His bluesy-rock tunes and impressive guitar skills resonated with the crowd, getting everyone pumped up and ready for what was to come. Check out his music and merch over at https://www.austinmeade.com/.
As Dirty Honey took the stage, the audience erupted in cheers and applause. The band’s unapologetic rock sound instantly captivated the room opening with “Can’t Find the Brakes”, the title track from the upcoming album. Their setlist featured a mix of their original tracks, like “California Dreamin'” and some classic covers, like “Let’s Go Crazy” by Prince, showcasing their exceptional musicianship and the gritty, soulful vocals of Marc LaBelle. The highlight of the night was undoubtedly their performance of “When I’m Gone,” a track that has gained significant recognition and airplay. The audience sang along, and the energy in the room was electric.
Throughout the performance, Dirty Honey demonstrated their dedication to the roots of rock ‘n roll, reminiscent of iconic bands from the ’70s. The chemistry among the band members was palpable, and they seemed genuinely connected to their music and the audience.
The Beacham provided an excellent venue for this concert, with good sound quality and an intimate setting that allowed for an up-close and personal experience with the band.
In summary, Dirty Honey’s performance at The Beacham on October 27 was a rock ‘n’ roll spectacle to remember. They delivered a high-octane, authentic show that left the audience buzzing with excitement and craving more. This concert was a testament to the enduring power of rock music and a night that fans won’t soon forget. Don’t forget to check out their music and merch over at https://www.dirtyhoney.com/.