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Low Cut Connie
Led by piano-pounding front man Adam Weiner, Low Cut Connie has been an explosive rock n roll act bubbling under the surface of the music industry for the past five years. Whether it's dive bars, frat houses or concert halls, the band is always wrecking the room, touching bodies and souls, and building an obsessive fan base from all walks of life. Salty lunatics of every persuasion.
Even former President Barack Obama is a fan. He chose their anthem of low-brow American life “Boozophilia” for his 2015 Spotify Playlist and met with Weiner at the White House last year.
...But with Dirty Pictures (part 1), Low Cut Connie moves beyond the drunken bar boogie they have become associated with into a deeper, darker, dirtier American life.
With its chunky Chuck Berry groove and ominous overtones, lead single "Revolution Rock n Roll" is swarming national airwaves, earning early support from The Current, KEXP, WXPN, WFUV and more.
Dirty Pictures (part 1) arrives worldwide May 19, and Low Cut Connie will tour the U.S. throughout the year.
"They are the essence of what rock n roll should be" - Sound Opinions / NPR
"Their live show is a phenomenon" - The New York Times
"Loveable rock and roll revivalists Low Cut Connie reimagine the early-Seventies Stones as South Jersey keg-party killers, or the New York Dolls in Converse sneakers...But this is no retro-scholarship -- it's living, fire-breathing, furniture-tossing history" - Rolling Stone
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Hoochi CoochiHoochi Coochi is a hand clapping soul stirring indie blues band from Dover, DE. Formed in the warm fall of 2015, members Fatz Hawkins and Danielle Johnson have been hitting the music scene hard and heavy together. Both coming from well-established musical projects and closing in on a decade of musical experience, the two have joined forces to create something that's sure to make you dance. Mixing genres like blues, southern rock, rhythm and blues and adding a touch of indie they have been able to engage a wide demographic both young and old. Hoochi Coochi picked up multi-instrumentalist Spencer Greene in May 2016 to play keyboard and longtime drummer Chelsea Grant in July of 2016 on drums to round out their sound and add movement and flow to their live performance.
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