Clint Breeze and The Groove at HI-FI Annex
CLINT BREEZE AND THE GROOVE
W/ DRAYCO MCCOY, AMERIKKEN
Can’t make the show? Grab a ticket to watch the Clint Breeze and the Groove Livestream from the comfort of your home.
Doors Open: 5:00 pm
ameriKKKen: 6:45 pm
Drayco Mccoy: 7:30 pm
Clint Breeze and the Groove: 8:30 pm
Show Ends: 10:00 pm
Face Coverings Required: All guests must wear a face covering per Marion County Public Health Order. Please bring your own. Disposable face coverings are available at the box office for purchase.
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Tickets: General admission, 250 tickets available.
Kids: All ages event, kids 5 and under are free with paid adult.
Seating: Picnic table seating available, first come first served, lawn chairs permitted in designated areas.
Beer, Wine, Spirits: Full bar for 21+ guests including slushies, wine by the bottle and buckets of beer/white claw.
Food: Local Food Vendor.
Snacks & Beverages: Available at our concession stand.
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About Clint Breeze and the Groove
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 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 and The Groove debuted their first studio EP ARRIVAL in April 2019. Their first 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).
About Drayco McCoy
My name is Drayco & yes its my real fuckin name. I’m from Indiana & I do alotta shit here. Check out my podcast also its called Bleedin Out w/ Drayco McCoy! https://open.spotify.com/show/6t1jnRwViRmz9rcEIrxazH Im tryna put my city on da map & feed my family thats all im here for. Fuck wit me
Kennedy D. Mosley (born September 15, 1998), better known as ameriKKKen, is an artist born and raised on the eastside of Indianapolis, IN. Despite her artist name being controversial, it holds a number of significant meanings, with “Knowledge and Kindness is Key” being one, in correlation with the emphasis on the three K’s. Quickly gaining acclaim and potential fans, from her remix of the classic Three 6 Mafia track “Who Run It,” ameriKKKen released “The Come Up,” weeks later, which was soon followed by an official music video. With two tracks now released, ameriKKKen is not only striving to have more under her belt, but to continue growing her audience in the process.