Here’s a quick anecdote about how dedicated Low Cut Connie
is to their retro 50s rock stylings. Even though singer Adam Weiner can rock a fierce Jerry Lee Lewis piano-maniac persona without really trying, it’s not enough to merely do it with electronic keyboards and synthesizers. The band actually hauled an old upright piano up two flights of narrow stairs at Johnny Brenda’s last night, around tight corners, and up onto a three-foot stage for maximum effect.
Weiner is a master showman, leaping on the piano bench, leaning hard on the keys, teetering the thing perilously close to the edge of the stage, all while knocking out windmill kicks and gyrating his hips at the dancing fans in the front of the stage. Continue reading →