With a fanbase that includes Barack Obama, Bruce Springsteen, and Elton John, one could be forgiven for assuming that Philadelphia’s Low Cut Connie makes anodyne radio-friendly fare. But boy would you be wrong. In fact, pianist and songwriter Adam Weiner joyously embraces the sleaziest parts of rock’s past, creating music that is kindred in spirit to his hellacious forefathers, Jerry Lee Lewis and Mick Jagger. The result is a raucous piano-driven style of rock that sets the band apart from their contemporaries and which would have had polite society clutching their pearls in an earlier era. The group’s most recent album, Private Lives, was hailed as one of their best and featured on “Best of the Year” lists by Rolling Stone, PopMatters, NPR, and more.