Hear Low Cut Connie bring 'a new boogie for all humanity' to Studio Milwaukee
Before their Tuner Hall show on July 17, Low Cut Connie came by Studio Milwaukee. They were not only live on-air, but also Live with a capital L.
Listen the band's performance and interview below.
Not many bands can get us full-on dancing at noon on a Tuesday, but Low Cut Connie did with new songs off the 2018 album, "Dirty Pictures (Part 2)."
With tambourine beats, kickin' drums, rock 'n' roll guitars and janglin' piano, they came out hot with "All These Kids Are Way Too High."
Speaking of that piano, she is a very important band member named Shondra. In between commanding the keys and jumping on and around the bench, frontman Adam Weiner told us how he fell in love with the old upright piano and carries her to every gig. In the recording above, you can hear for yourself that the sound makes it worth it.
The rest of the band, Larry Scotton on drums, Saundra Williams on backup vocals and tambourine, Lucas Rinz on bass and Will Donnelly and James Everhart on guitar were just as lively as they played "Oh Suzanne" and closed with "Beverly."
Listen to the full session above to hear Adam talk about his love for a band called Combo Chaimbita, the "scrappy underdog cities with a lot of heart and soul" that are Philly and Milwaukee and how Low Cut Connie's mission statement is to be "a new boogie for all humanity."