Saturday August 5, 2017
Standing Sun LIVE
three-part vocal harmonies, southern twang, and pop hooks, Honey County is a
female country trio led by singer/songwriter Dani Rose.
native, Rose moved to Los Angeles during the early 2010s. There, she found
herself gravitating toward the sounds, stories, and swagger of country music, a
genre that had been so prevalent back home. When an opportunity arose to open
for LeAnn Rimes, Rose accepted the gig, performing in front of thousands of new
fans and, in the process, laying the brickwork for the formation of her own
You won't find
Honey County on any map. Launched in 2014, the group takes its name from a
fictional place, a move that allows Rose and her two bandmates — Devon Jane and
Katie Stump — to create their own landscape of story-driven country; modern,
melodic pop; and punchy, guitar-fueled rock (an influence that's strengthened
by Jane, the trio's lead guitarist, whose fretwork has landed her gigs with
everyone from Keith Urban to Ceelo Green). The band wasted little time
developing its audience in California and beyond, earning a spot on the HBO
series True Blood with Honey County's very first single, "Blood
From a Stone," and appearing as semi-finalists on VH1's Make a Band
Famous competition. Meanwhile, shows with artists like Chase Rice, Easton
Corbin, David Nail, Clare Dunn, and Dylan Scott kept Honey County busy, adding
history and heft to the band's sound.
Genuine fans of
the country music tradition, the members of Honey County have also paid tribute
to their influences, creating covers of songs like Little Big Town's "Girl
Crush" (whose video earned more than 122,000 views on YouTube) and Garth
Brooks' "People Loving People" (whose recording notched nearly half a
million spins on Spotify). They've created even more of a stir with their own
music. Produced by Ryan Williams (Kelly Clarkson, Train, P!nk, Adam Lambert),
Honey County's self-titled debut EP spawned the single "99 Bottles,"
which received airplay from the SoCal country radio station Go Country 105 and
was chosen as a finalist in the station's 34th annual Country Showdown. With
over 80,000 views on YouTube, the song is a showcase for Rose's voice, Jane's
guitar, Stump's harmonies, and the blend of three singers who were meant to
Doors open 7pm/Show starts 7:30
$20 Standing Room/$25 Reserved Seating
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