Sean Noonan and Malcolm Mooney

Follow

Tip Reward:

Tip $2 and get an MP3 of an alternate version of "Man on the Moon," a track from the CD
Heart-gray 1 395

Help this show trend

presence-chat-room-artist-8642-live

Past shows

  • Sean Noonan's Pavees Dance featuring Sean Noonan, Malcolm Mooney and Alex Marcelo

    This show was on May 28th, 2014 | 15 people watched
    0 Comments
    Hit return to post

Tip rewards

Bio

On June 3, Noonan will release Pavees Dance: There's Always the Night, his 19th release since 1999. The album features six tracks of inspired spoken word performances layered over and entwined among the band's intricate instrumentals and is both an acknowledgment of the past and a bold foray into the future. The composer and drummer describes himself as an "Irish griot,' one who collects... more

On June 3, Noonan will release Pavees Dance: There's Always the Night, his 19th release since 1999. The album features six tracks of inspired spoken word performances layered over and entwined among the band's intricate instrumentals and is both an acknowledgment of the past and a bold foray into the future. The composer and drummer describes himself as an "Irish griot,' one who collects tales, legends, and life stories over the course of his journeys and transforms them into the raw material that informs not only his drumming, but the entirety of the music he creates; as if Samuel Beckett played the drums. On Pavees Dance: There's Always the Night, Noonan has joined forces with Malcolm Mooney, the original singer for the late 60s /early 70's German rock band Can, who was known for his striking vocal style, half soul, half psychedelic, and which served to define the sound of what has been cited as one of the more influential experimental rock bands of all time. Since leaving the band in 1970, Mooney has primarily devoted himself to poetry, sculpture and teaching. His return to music is one of many beautiful gifts the "Irish griot" brings to listeners.

less

From the web

guest-chat-id-981