Clubland features: Tim Carter, Desert Noises and George Harrison tribute

Do what you love, love what you do: Tim Carter has dedicated his life to music, both as a recording engineer and performer. The multi-instrumentalist and bluegrass enthusiast visits Isis Music Hall on Thursday, Aug. 1 in support of his debut solo recording, Bang Bang.

Let it roll: White Horse Black Mountain celebrates the quiet Beatle with a two-day tribute to George Harrison, featuring Kat Williams, Chris Rosser, Peggy Ratusz, Jeff Thompson, David LaMotte, Aaron Price and more. Friday, Aug. 2 and Saturday, Aug. 3. Proceeds benefit MANNA FoodBank and Homeward Bound.

Shout it out: Desert Noises' melodic, harmony-rich indie rock is jangly and rhythmic, "music for shouting into canyons, jumping into rivers and getting married to the wide-open road," according to the band. The Utah-based quartet plays The Grey Eagle on Saturday, Aug. 3.

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