Named as one of the Top 5 acts on the Philadelphia scene by philly.com. Vintage rock-and-roll noisemakers Low Cut Connie ended 2012 with their crazy infectious single "Boozophilia" ranked #31 in Rolling Stone's
top 50 songs of 2012.
We're most psyched that Low Cut Connie continues getting recognition at a national level - Philadelphia Magazine
said, "You can practically smell the Yuengling coming off this skunky, slippery ode to lowbrow kicks from Philly to the South Side of Chicago."
Low Cut Connie self-released their second album "Call Me Sylvia" last September. It is full of rowdy, barroom-friendly rock-and-roll, with the double-barreled songwriting strength of guitarist Dan Finnemore, originally of Birmingham, England, and piano-pounding showman Adam Weiner of Cherry Hill. A throwback, with something new up their sleeve.
You can catch Low Cut Connie at a pair of shows this summer, first at Appel Farm on June 1 and then at Underground Arts on August 3. And, watch their video on The Key
Recent Release: Call Me Sylvia
Release Date: September 2012