Low Cut Connie’s Private Lives Receives Year-End Acclaim From Rolling Stone, NPR Music, Fresh Air, Popmatters And More


On October 13, Low Cut Connie released his 6th studio album Private Lives via Contender Records. The double album opus was immediately met with critical acclaim from outlets like NPR’s Fresh Air, Sound Opinions, and Rolling Stone, and is now being named one of the best albums of 2020.

Rolling Stone included Private Lives on their “50 best Albums of 2020” list at #34 and said, “Philly’s patron saint of ass-shakers [Adam Weiner], let his ambitions run wild on his band’s Private Lives, a 17-song double album that somehow doesn’t drag.”
PopMatters named the album the #1 on their “25 Best Americana Albums of 2020” list while Glide Magazine, AllMusic, and WXPN’s The Key all included the album on their “Best Albums of 2020” lists.

The album’s title track “Private Lives” was one of the most played songs on public radio this year and was included in NPR Music’s list of “Public Radio’s Most Popular Songs Of 2020. // Continue to the full article

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