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Dirty Heads release album, tour with 311

Mary Pickels
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Dirty Heads will perform at KeyBank Pavilion in support of the band’s upcoming new album.
The band 311 will co-headline with Dirty Heads for a KeyBank Pavilion concert.

Southern California band Dirty Heads will perform with 311 on July 13 at KeyBank Pavilion, Burgettstown.

Doors open at 4:20 p.m., and joining the bill are The Interrupters, Dreamers and Bikini Trill. Tickets start at $13.75.

Described as performing infectious anthems of alternative, hip hop, reggae and rock, Dirty Heads have been putting its own spin on Southern California’s sound for 16 years.

The band’s new album was produced by four-time Grammy-winning producer Dave Cobb ( “A Star is Born” soundtrack, Brandi Carlile, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson), and features the title track, “Super Moon,” which vocalist Jared “Dirty J” Watson describes as “a 70’s sci-fi kung fu Western car chase soundtrack.”

Dirty Heads and 311 are partnering with PLUS1 to donate $1 from every ticket to organizations bringing dignity, equity and access to communities that need it, according to a spokesperson.

Dirty Heads will release its seventh album, “Super Moon,” on Aug. 9.

Details: dirtyheads.com

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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