Dirty Honey covers AC/DC with Chris Robinson

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Check out a live version of “Rock ‘n’ Roll Damnation” by Dirty Honey, which features a guest appearance from The Black Crowes singer.

Always so comfortable on stage, Dirty Honey performed a cover of the cult “Rock ‘n’ Roll Damnation”, the opening track of Powerage of AC/DC. On this occasion, Chris Robinson, singer of The Black Crowes, comes to accompany Marc LaBelle on vocals:

This concert took place on November 20 in Los Angeles, the city in which the group is based. It took place as part of the Can’t Find The Brakes tour, during which the Americans are promoting their new album of the same name.

Dirty Honey will return to France during a concert scheduled for March 15, 2024 at La Machine du Moulin Rouge (Paris). Places are on sale via the organizer’s website.


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