Clint Breeze and The Groove to perform at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park on Friday, July 17 as a part of the Indy Parks Summer Concert and Movie Series.
Clint Breeze and The Groove to perform at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park (1702 N Broadway St.) on Friday, July 17th as a part of Indy Parks and Recreation Summer Concerts and Movies Series. Performance begins at 7pm.
Clint Breeze and The Groove has shared the stage with Trombone Shorty, Durand Jones and The Indications, The Commonheart and has headlined several festivals in Indianapolis including Chreece and Indy Jazz Fest. Clint Breeze is the artistic persona of Indianapolis-based drummer and Hip Hop producer, Carrington Clinton. The Groove is an all-star lineup of Indy-based Jazz musicians featuring Nick Tucker (bass), Jared Thompson (saxophone), Joel Tucker (guitar), Christopher Pitts (piano), Zach Finnegan (trumpet), frontman Pernell from Pike (vocalist) and led by drummer and beatmaker Clint Breeze. Clint Breeze and The Groove debuted their first studio album ARRIVAL in April 2019. Their second full length album Endtime Overture will be released Summer 2020.
In 2016, Breeze released ‘Nappy Head’, an album that highlights the socio-political climate of Black America featuring the artistic signatures of over two dozen rappers, musicians, singers and poets collaborating with artists Oreo Jones, Drayco, Flaco and Sirius Blvck to name a few. Nappy Head generated a buzz around the city of Indianapolis and established itself as local ‘classic’. It also received critical acclaim from music writer Kyle Long who covers the band regularly for both Indianapolis’ NPR affiliate (WFYI) and Indy’s alternative newsweekly (NUVO).
For more information about Indy Parks and the Summer Concert and Movie series visit parks.indy.gov or call (317) 327-PARK. Concert and movie details are also available @IndyParksConcerts on Facebook.