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Sean Noonan Will Preview Music From New CD On Concert Window Webcast On May 28

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On Wednesday, May 28, drummer, composer and producer Sean Noonan will preview music from his upcoming June 3 album, Pavees Dance: There's Always the Night, in a very special webcast on Concert Window. The live, real-time performance will feature Noonan, along with keyboardist Alex Marcelo, and - in a rare performance - former Can frontman Malcolm Mooney.

The webcast will begin at 5:00 PM Eastern time. In addition to the watching the performance, viewers will get to chat live during the show. The audience can pay whatever amount they want to participate, and have the option to add additional tips throughout the show.

The webcast is available anywhere in the world and can be watched on any device.

Tickets can be purchased in advance or immediately prior to the show.

Pavees Dance: There's Always the Night, has already earned some strong early reviews. New York Music Daily, in its preview of Noonan's May 30 NYC show at the Bowery Electric, says the album is “equal parts punk, psychedelia and downtown jazz," and goes on to add, “Much as there’s obviously a lot of improvisation going on, it’s tight and focused, with the same relentless menace, sometimes distant, sometimes in your face, that characterized Noonan’s last album."

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