Tom Carr

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Tom Carr
Background information
Born 1954
Associated acts American Music Club

Tom Carr is a Grammy Award-winning musician, sound engineer and sound designer. Carr has worked with numerous artists including Dave Matthews Band, Neil Young and Dave Brubeck. He mastered jazz trumpeter Brian Lynch's Grammy-winning Simpático album. He has worked as sound engineer and sound designer for the JMU Forbes Center for the Performing Arts since its opening in 2010. Carr studied mass communication at Emerson College.[1]

Involvement with American Music Club

Alongside Bruce Kaphan, Carr recorded most of American Music Club's 1991 album Everclear at Music Annex in Menlo Park, California.


  1. Noel Canter (2010). "Forbes Center's sound designer has accomplished background". Retrieved March 6, 2018.