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Local band Dead Winter Carpenters takes the stage at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

Dead Winter Carpenters performs at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Saturday, Oct. 14.

One of North Lake Tahoe's own rocks South Shore on Saturday, Oct. 14.

Americana quintet Dead Winter Carpenters performs its eclectic collection at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino beginning at 9 p.m.

"Reminiscent of genre-benders like Jack White, Chris Thile and Sam Bush, Dead Winter Carpenters harmoniously blends refined musical ability with a scarcely restrained tendency to let it all hang out.

"The result is a controlled burn, a riveting sound, and a connection with fans that sells out shows and has the band sharing stages with the likes of Jason Isbell, Greensky Bluegrass and Hard Working Americans," states Dead Winter Carpenter's online biography.

The group debuted its latest album, "Washoe," in February 2016. The record marks the fourth release in six years for Dead Winter Carpenters, known for songs like "Tahoe Gal" and "From Here to San Antone."

The band has also played at festivals such as Harvest Music Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, Strawberry Music Festival and Northwest String Summit. The Saturday night gig is a Road To Hangtown performance, getting audiences prepared for Placerville's Hangtown Music Festival (which takes place October 26-29).

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"Dead Winter Carpenters is a band with ambition, talent and authenticity. Look for them to continue to delight — and invite — fans from many music camps," continues the bio.

Tickets are available online at http://www.hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com (along with additional information) for $15.

Learn more about Dead Winter Carpenters at http://www.deadwintercarpenters.com.

— Lake Tahoe Action

If you go …

What: Dead Winter Carpenters

When: Saturday, Oct. 14, 9 p.m.

Where: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

Tickets: $15

Info: http://www.hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com

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