Low Cut Connie holler ‘Oh Suzanne’ and unveil fall tour


The whirling rock and roll dervish known as Low Cut Connie are about to make sweet musical love to New England, but not before hollering “Oh Suzanne” out the door as they fly on over. The Philadelphia crew led by Adam Weiner today dropped a new video for rollicking track “Oh Suzanne,” off recent LP Dirty Pictures (Part 2), and it sets the tone for what lies ahead. “The video happened so organically,” says the video’s director Remy Holwick. “I work with analog photo and video and so the idea of making a VHS tape felt second nature, and when Adam suggested an intimate space, the motel room in New Jersey seemed so obvious that I almost didn’t suggest it. Adam was game for all our ideas — stockings? No problem! Mask? Absolutely. It was such a dream to have an artist be so trusting and willing to bring a concept to life.” All this insanity translates well for one of the best live acts going, and Low Cut Connie hit Newport Folk Festival later this month before a fall headlining tour offers two chances to experience it all: October 17 at The Middle East in Cambridge and October 19 at Burlington’s Higher Ground. Featured image by Marcus Junius Laws.

Low Cut Connie 2018 Tour Dates:
July 17: Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom
July 18: Newport, KY – The Southgate House Revival
July 26: Burlington, VT – Battery Park
July 27: Westport, CT – Levitt Pavilion
July 28: Newport, RI – Newport Folk Festival
August 3-4: Happy Valley, OR – Pickathon
August 18: Cleveland, OH – Burning River Fest
August 24: Detroit, MI – Summer at the MOCAD Homestead
August 31: Woodstock, NY – Levon Helm Studios
September 1: Amagansett, NY – The Stephen Talkhouse
September 2: Bethlehem, PA – Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks
September 15: Arcadia, CA – VintageVibe Festival
September 17: Louisville, KY – Zanzabar
September 20: Memphis, TN – Levitt Shell at Overton Park
September 21-22: Bristol, TN – Bristol Rhythm And Roots Reunion
September 23: Franklin, TN – Pilgrimage Music Festival
September 25: Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle
September 26: Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
September 27: Richmond, VA – Capital Ale House
September 28: Philadelphia, PA – Philly Music Fest
October 17: Cambridge, MA – Middle East Downstairs
October 19: Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
October 21: Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
October 24: York, PA – Apell Center for the Performing Arts
October 25: Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre
October 28: Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle
November 1: Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
November 2: Davenport, IA – The Raccoon Motel
November 3: Davenport, IA – The Raccoon Motel
November 5: Des Moines, IA – Vaudeville Mews
November 6: Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room
November 8: Denver, CO – Globe Hall
November 9: Denver, CO – Globe Hall
November 12: Dallas, TX – Dada
November 13: Austin, TX – Mohawk
November 14: Austin, TX – Mohawk
November 17: New Orleans, LA – Gasa Gasa
November 18: Nashville, TN – The Basement East