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Sean Noonan's Brewed by Noon: November 9th & 18th with Thierno Camara, Aram Bajakian, Abdoulaye Diabate, Mat Maneri

SOURCE: Published: 2007-10-30
Brewed By Noon pre-recording session sneak album preview performances

When:Tea Lounge, Friday, November 9, 9pm
Soundfix Records, Sunday, November 18, 7pm

With: Thierno Camara -bass/vocals, Aram Bajakian -guitar, Abdoulaye Diabate -vocals, Mat Maneri - viola, Sean Noonan - drums

SEAN NOONAN'S BREWED BY NOON DELIVERS A RICH BLEND OF TRADITIONS ON STORIES TO TELL

Drummer/composer Sean Noonan describes Brewed by Noon as “tribal rhythms by an Irish griot....My goal is to adapt folklore in a modern jazz context, merging storytelling and folk music from bardic and griot traditions."

The stories that Sean tells with Brewed by Noon are as diverse as the musicians he has surrounded himself with for the project - he expanded the core players who comprised Brewed by Noon's first incarnation as a quartet (guitarists Aram Bajakian and Senegalese bassist Thierno Camara) with the addition of downtown jazzers like guitarist Marc Ribot and Mat Maneri on viola, Malian vocalist Abdoulaye Diabate, Irish gaelic folk/rock singer Susan McKeown.

Sean Noonan is currently brewing up new compositions that will be featured on next Brewed by Noon album that will be recorded this December.

What: Brewed by Noon featuring Thierno Camara-bass/vocals, Aram Bajakian -guitar, Mat Maneri - viola, Abdoulaye Diabate - vocals, and Sean Noonan - drums

When: Friday November 9th 9pm @ Tea Lounge 837 Union Street, Park slope, Brooklyn $7

Sunday November 18 7pm @ Soundfix Records 110 Bedford Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

“...clever, tuneful and celebratory - and more often than not, it just plain rocks." --Time Out New York

“The drummer and composer Sean Noonan approaches postmodern jazz and world music from the same angle of self-discovery....he manages to make his pieces speak coherently, and in a unified voice." --The New York Times


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