Adam Weiner is one of the founding members of Low Cut Connie, a band whose live show has been called “a phenomenon” and “pathologically fun” by the New York Times. On Sat. December 12 at the opening reception of "May the Art be with You: A Tribute to a Galaxy Far, Far Away," Adam will be joined by 3 other members of the band to perform for Hyattsville.
Here are 5 things you should know about Adam and Low Cut Connie:
- When the White House joined Spotify, President Obama selected the Low Cut Connie song Boozophilia for the inaugural playlist.
- NPR's Heavy Rotation listed Low Cut Connie's song "Shake it Little Tina" one of the top 10 tunes public radio can't stop playing in 2015.
- Adam was invited to be on NBC's TV show The Voice without an audition. He turned it down, highlighting previous accusations in regards to pre-casting the auditioning of singers and the excessive amount of creative control the producers have over the performers.
- Adam has performed his piano act at Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and about 200 gin joints in the USA, Canada, and Europe.
- Prior to Low Cut Connie, Adam played piano in gay bars for 5 years while playing in a punkabilly band on the weekends.
Check out their video "Shake it Little Tina"
Get your tickets now to the opening reception for "May the Art be with You: A Tribute to a Galaxy Far, Far Away."