Sag Harbor family band Edna’s Kin gave a benefit concert in support of the Pipe Organ Fund at Christ Church in Sag Harbor on Sunday, but not before premiering of the band’s new video “The Country Bride of Frankenstein.”
This video (embedded below) features up-and-coming New York actress Megan Larsen as The Bride and Edna’s Kin lead singer Dan Koontz as Dr. Frankenstein. The song is Koontz’ original country tune “My Baby’s Got Pulchritude.”
It will be tough to beat the YouTube viewership of Edna’s Kin video “Blue Grass Version of Iron Man”—their riff on the Black Sabbath classic has been viewed almost 100,000 times to date.
Since its release on Sunday, “Country Bride of Frankenstein” has already received more than 150 views—a clear indication it’s gone “East End off-season viral!”
Named for the family matriarch Edna Earl Mullins, Edna’s Kin is truly a family band. Dan Koontz is accompanied by his brother Andy on fiddle and bass and their dad Warren Koontz sings and plays guitar. Dan’s son Bo plays the drums—you can see Bo getting stomped on in “Iron Man,” and being shot by his grandfather in the band’s “I Am a Pilgrim” spaghetti western video, both on YouTube. Don’t worry, he’s fine.
Andrew Koontz is a video editor and elected official by day. But at night the boys play…