Se Michigan Daily
Thursday, April 7, 1983
New rhythms rock on
While some local bands feel the
pressure to cater to the hard-rock
Xroupies of commercial radio, some
are able to transcend the demands and
strike out on their own. Rhythm corps is
one such Detroit-based band, and last
0ht they made their area debut with
e lively Urbations at Second Chance.
Rhythm Corps, formerly Rhythm
Method, formed a year ago in Detroit.
Comprised of Michael Persh on lead
vocals, Greg Apro on guitar, vocals and
mandolin, David Adamson on bass and
vocals, and Richie Lovsin on drums and
percussions, the band has recorded one
album to date, opened for popular new
music artists such as Flock of Seagulls
and Duran Duran and has completed
their own mini-tour of Southern
Unfortunately, the group deserves
more recognition than they now
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Moynihan revives Irish folk at the Ark
By Deborah Robinson
HELP SEND an archaelogist into the fiel
my apartment. Air conditioning, porch, ne
pus. Call 665-3549,763-5655 evenings.
SINGLES AVAILABLE in 6-bedroom Gre
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SUBLET - One room available in 3-bedroon
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Available May-August. Contact Lisa, 996-586
ar cam- t RISH MUSIC has gained great popularity around
68U0412 the world in the last 15 years. Reviewing the
eenwood history of this surge in interest of traditional culture
shed, 2 from the Emerald Isle, certain groups and a few in-
Be per- dividuals stand out as musical innovators who
dUo410 propelled the revival of traditional Irish music to the
n house. international scene. Johnny Moynihan, who will ap-
62U0408 pear at the Ark Coffeehouse tonight, is one of those
In 1966, while Sean O'Riada (an important figure in
the Irish folk revival) was in West Cork searching for
61U0410 forgotten musicians and organizing The Chieftains,
Sweeney's Men formed in Dublin. By 1968, when they
ewly fur- released their first album, Sweeney's Men had made
~nd Hill. -___
a profound impression on the traditional scene, being
the first to combine Irish music with American and
British song and tune traditions.
Moynihan, one of the three founding members of
the group, is also credited with introducing the
bouzouki, an Eastern European instrument best
described as a mando-giraffe, to the Celtic realm.
When they disbanded in 1969, Moynihan stayed on
in Dublin playing music. Terry Woods returned to
England to form Steeleye Span and find folk-rock
stardom; Andy Irvine stayed in Ireland to start
Planxty became a huge success in Europe.
Moynihan joined the band in 1973, adding his talent on
mandolin, bouzouki, and tin whistle to the instrumen-
tal strength and innovativeness which distinguished
the group. He also has one of the loveliest voices in
Irish folk music.
When Planxty brokeup for a while in 1975,
Moynihan defected to the new Galway band,
DeDanann. He played on the first two albums, taking
over lead vocals when ruby-throated Dolores Keane
left after cutting the first LP. During this time,
Moynihan added concertina and button accordian
playing to his performance.
DeDanann never kept a singer for very long, and
Moynihan quit to pursue a solo careeronce more.'He
has since toured with Rick Epping (of Pumpkinhead)
and Last Night's Fun. He wasn't with the latter group
when they were in Ann Arbor last winter due to im-
migration problems, but we shall be well rewarded to
hear him on his own with a bit of crack tonight.
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WOMEN AND POWER
a workshop led by
MARILYN WEDENOJA, WOMEN'S STUDIES - U of M
8 p.m. Thursday, April 7
at Guild House, 802 Monroe
This program is sponsored by
Guild House Campus Ministry
Funded in part by Michigan Commission
United Ministries in Higher Education
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