Southern California alternative rock outfit DIRTY HEADS spent the summer touring across the U.S. on the headlining “Island Glow” tour and are excited to share a new live- recorded version of their hit single “John Linen” which features rapper Yelawolf who was featured as an opening act on the first leg of the tour. The single is out today across all digital platforms via Better Noise Music HERE along with a new music video featuring performance footage from the tour.
Day four of Cali Roots wrapped up the weekend in a style befitting its own legacy. In a statement on the theme of the Reggae festival, it was the only day of the weekend not to feature a pure Hip Hop artist on any of its stages. The focus on the roots of the festival made for a lowkey pace at the tail end of a weekend that had been so fulfilling and so energy-consuming.
In covering Monterey’s Cali Roots for so many years, Grateful Web has had the opportunity to meet many artists whose names have shined brightly on the lineup, but in this time, the SoCal powerhouse Dirty Heads have found a way to weave themselves into the very fabric of the modern reggae movement itself.
Since 2001, Dirty Heads have mixed hip-hop, reggae, and rock to create a unique sound that both fully embodies their Southern California roots and resonates with audiences around the globe.
Dirty Heads are currently out streaming some of the biggest alternative acts in the U.S., with over 1.29 MILLION digital track sales and 2.7 BILLION on-demand streams since 2018. Dirty Heads also have over 3.1 million unique monthly listeners on Spotify.
Florida’s favorite reggae festival – and now the largest touring festival in the country – has just announced their complete lineup for 2023! Entering its eight year, Reggae Rise Up Florida will return to Vinoy Park in Downtown St. Petersburg, FL, over the March 16-19 weekend for four sun-soaked days of music and fun!
THE DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS EVENT CENTER PRESENTS DIRTY HEADS “LET’S GET IT KRAKEN 22” TOUR, TONIGHT, SATURDAY, AUG. 6
Ladies and gentlemen, family and friends, brothers and sisters, we are finally back. After a two year-too long forced hiatus, the biggest festival in American reggae, Cali Roots, returned to the Monterey Fairgrounds for their eleventh and biggest year yet. To make up for lost time, a fourth day was added to the festivities as the long Memorial Day weekend extended to Thursday.
Dirty Heads and the San Diego Padres have announced the band’s return to San Diego! This highly anticipated event will take place on Saturday, June 4th at 4:00pm PST inside Petco Park’s Gallagher Square, a first for the band to perform at America’s favorite Major League Baseball ballpark.
Teaming up with the Padres and San Diego Bayfest event producers, Dirty Heads will feature a solid line-up sure to fire up San attendees at Petco Park’s Gallagher Square.
As the summer season began to wane in southern California, veteran Reggae punk rockers Sublime brought a day-long music festival to Ventura Fairgrounds, courtesy of CBF productions. The same company that kept live music alive during the pandemic by producing two seasons of the Concerts In Your Car series have now transitioned back to their original mission of creating music and food festivals.