The Dirty Heads return to Key West on Aug. 9 at the Coffee Butler Amphitheater, and we caught up with Jared “Dirty J” Watson on the Florida Keys Weekly Podcast to discuss their upcoming show. To date, the California-based band has produced eight albums, collaborated across genres with dozens of performers (such as Pat Monahan of Train and Cypress Hill) and created some of the world’s most recognizable hits such as “Lay Me Down,” Vacation,” and “Rescue Me.” Watson gets candid about his creative journey within sobriety, a unique secret about his bandmate and best friend, Duddy, and why their latest album, “Midnight Control," is their best yet. For more on their Key West show, visit thekeywestamp.com.
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