Marc LaBelle Cites Myles Kennedy As Mentor, Names His Top 5 Albums & Talks Dirty Honey’s Debut Album

Dirty Honey lead vocalist Marc LaBelle virtually stopped through the KLOS studios to speak with Matt Pinfield for the latest installment of New & Approved.

LaBelle talks about the rock quartet’s highly anticipated, self-titled debut album and what the brand hopes to convey with their latest release.

As Marc shares that Dirty Honey captures the true essence of rock & roll, all while putting the soul back into the genre with their unique style, the singer also details the deeper message behind their “California Dreamin'” single.

Marc explains that he wanted to explore the dark side of the California harsh reality for those who come to the sunshine state to fulfill their dreams but are often met with challenges and ultimately failures.

With personal experience from the ups and downs, the song serves as a testament to never give up, but also knowing that some things aren’t meant. Marc also reflects on playing live with some of his greatest inspirations, which include Slash, his mentor Myles Kennedy, and Guns N’ Roses, as well as sharing with Pinfield his reaction to Aerosmith signing off on the band’s cover of “Last Child”.

LaBelle goes on to share his top five albums that list which include Rolling Stones’ ‘Some Girls’, Aerosmith’s ‘Toys In The Attic’, any album from Audioslave, and much more.

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