Formed in 2010 when singer/songwriters Adam Weiner and Daniel Finnemore got stuck in a freight elevator together and decided create a rock 'n' roll band, Low Cut Connie has since become a force The New York Times calls "a phenomenon" and "pathologically fun." Their debut album, 2011's Get Out the Lotion, landed on NPR/Fresh Air's Top Ten Albums of the Year and legendary critic Robert Christgau's Top Ten Songs Of The Year lists and was quickly followed by 2012's Call Me Sylvia, which features their biggest song to date, "Boozophilia."
Among Low Cut Connie's performances include appearances at World Cafe, SXSW and the grand reopening of Jack White's Third Man Records venue. In 2013, the band played 100+ shows and ended the year by recording their third album with renowned producer Thomas Brenneck (Amy Winehouse, Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley, Alabama Shakes), featuring guest stars Merrill Garbus (Tune-Yards), Dean Ween, Greg Cartwright (Reigning Sound) and members of the Dap Kings and The Budos Band. The band is currently touring the United States, Canada and Europe.
Honah Lee (Opening Act)
Hailing from Trenton, N.J., Honah Lee was formed in 2008 by a group of hardworking musicians native to the area. The four boys of Honah Lee—singer/guitarist Tim, bassist Jim, lead guitarist Dim, and drummer Tony G—specialize in catchy, melodic, hard-hitting rock 'n' roll with the energy, abandon and attitude of punk rock. Honah Lee’s live performances are an intoxicating (in more ways than one) celebration of music and mayhem.