The Young Guns Tour saw some slight rescheduling in early 2020 due to Covid, but the tour finally kicked off in late February. The tour brought together two rising Titans in the rock scene with California’s Dirty Honey and Mammoth WVH.
Wolfgang Van Halen initially started Mammoth as a solo project; in 2021, we saw the release of their self-titled debut album, hitting numerous spots on the rock charts. The group has been bringing a refreshing take on a rock and has put on one of the most impressive live shows we’ve seen. This is truly saying something in their young career on the road, as the band has only done one other tour prior to this one, which was opening for Guns N’ Roses in 2021.
Dirty Honey returns after selling out their headline tour back in the summer to give fans more of what they’ve been asking for. The group also has an incredible back story, which you can read more about in an interview we did with Marc and Justin last year.
Marc is a natural at taking on the role of the charismatic frontman that is reminiscent of those old stadium rock days. At the same time, Dirty Honey brings something new and much-needed to the rock scene with that slight nostalgia as just one part of the group’s foundation.
It’s been exciting to watch what these groups have already accomplished in their short career, and we’re looking forward to seeing where they go from here. This is undoubtedly a sign that stadium rock is returning.