Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues

Who said rock is dead? A pair of bands played the Cleveland House of Blues on Saturday night that would make you rethink that proclamation. Texas rocker Austin Meade brought his outfit to open the show with a spirted 11-song set, firing up the audience for the crowd-pleasing Dirty Honey, a throwback to long-haired '70s rock.

The up-n-comers, out in support of their new album Can't Find The Brakes, stopped at the HOB for a 17-tune set, reminding the crowd that rock ain't dead. At least not to these two groups.
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Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
Concert Photos: Dirty Honey Brings Throwback Rock to the House of Blues
Photo by Brian Lumley
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