Rooted in southern storytelling, punctuated by pop hooks, and brushed with California sunshine, Honey County is a country group fronted by lead singer Dani Rose.
Formed in Los Angeles and Nashville based, the band also has roots in the Bible Belt (where founding member Rose sang her first songs as a Virginia native). That diversity is reflected in Honey County's music, a blend of contemporary country and timeless pop/rock that makes room for Nashville twang, West Coast harmonies and everything in between. You won't be able to find Honey County on a map — instead, Rose creates her own musical landscape: a place where the songs are anthemic, the harmonies are soaring, and an empowered woman runs the show.
It's a sound that's taken Honey County around the world, from international shows in the Middle East and Africa to performances at American festivals like Stagecoach and CMA Fest. Along the way, they've earned raves from Rolling Stone Country (whose editors named Honey County one of "10 new country artists you need to know"), the LA Times (who rallied behind the resilient anthem "Country Strong," which Honey County performed alongside 150 line dancers at Stagecoach 2019 in commemoration of the lives lost at the Route 91 Harvest Festival) Billboard and People Magazine. Honey County songs have been featured in NFL commercials, HBO's True Blood, CW's Roswell and four episodes of Yellowstone (with "Chess" appearing in the show's Season Four), as well as curated playlists on Spotify (New Music Nashville, CMT's The Roundup) and Apple Music (Cool Country, Hot Tracks). With support from radio outlets (Radio Disney Country, KFROG, and Go Country 105) and a string of opening slots for country hitmakers (Lady Antebellum, Thompson Square, Old Dominion), Honey County has left its unique mark onstage, on-air and in the recording studio.
Their latest release “Got it From My Mama” has a whopping 400 Million+ views on TikTok, and shines a light on the deep rooted pride women share for their mothers. Fueled by an appreciation for the country artists who've come before them and an appetite for breaking new ground, Honey County is excited to release new music and chase down new horizons.