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Live Music

Desert Noises Homecoming Show and Live Album Recording, Lemon & Le Mule

When: Sat., Dec. 6, 8 p.m. 2014

Provo-based rock foursome Desert Noises have been on tour for so long (virtually nonstop for the past few years) that their latest album, 27 Ways, released in March, was heavily inspired by the adventure and transience of life on the road. But despite staying busy crisscrossing the country, Desert Noises return to Utah from time to time, and for this particular stop, they're going big. Not only are they playing two back-to-back concerts at Velour, but both shows will be recorded for a live album. Fans, the band needs your help making an album that encapsulates the rowdy spirit of a home Desert Noises performance, so come out and contribute your voice and energy. Friday's show will feature an opening set by local singer-songwriter Timmy the Teeth—who will soon be coming out with a new album—and Provo surf/rock/psych band Lemon & Le Mule will open on Saturday. (Kolbie Stonehocker)

Price: $10

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