Photos by Letrice Fowler on November 12th, 2015.
Groovincible opening for Tinashe with Sleeprockers and 40 Watt Hype. Special thanks to Ajamu Lamumba and Unique Programming!
The complete Bellygunner set from the Sacramento News & Review Sammies Award Show. Jacob Gleason (Tenor Sax from Groovincible) worked with Christopher Gabriel Nelson to make the horn chart for “Sextoy Sextoy” and it was performed by Chris Hall on Baritone Sax, and Aaron Smith & Justin Au (from Element Brass Band) on Trumpet at Ace of Spades.
We don’t actively campaign for nominations so it means SOOO MUCH to us that you guys chose us to represent Sacramento for BEST FUNK.
We’re doing our best to continue putting out great music that we believe in! We’re going into Pus Cavern Recording on February 25th to mix our new tracks and we’re dropping the first one at the ZuhG CD release party at Harlows Restaurant & Night Club on March 14th!
Rumors are that members of Groovincible will be re-uniting with their former bandmates to perform some old ZuhG tunes, so don’t miss out!!
If you wanna check out the full list of nominees follow click HERE.
We are really excited to announce that we are playing at LOST on Main in Chico. Get your funky selves up off your butts and out to party down with us!
For The Funk of It Presents: FUNK RAISER. A fund raiser featuring Groovincible with special performances by Drunken Kung Fu & Brian Chris Rogers. All performances will feature artist at large Chris Zanardi.
Featuring Sam Phelps and Brian Chris Rogers, Groovincible will be bringing 3 hours of Funk, Rock, & Dance Grooves to the Half Time Bar & Grill located inside Strikes Bowling Alley.
9pm. No Cover. All Ages.
We had the amazing Anthony Coleman II sitting in with us (on keys and trumpet) and HE got to sit in with Skerik & his band! It’s amazing to see that kind of thing go down and it sounded phenomenal.
Special thanks to Brian Chris Rogers for holding down the BASS last night, he is a musical force to be reckoned with and an overall great human being. His playing is prominently featured on our new record and we are blessed with his presence. Much respect to the amazing man that is Mark Miller, who filled in on Alto Sax.
The crowd was definitely reciprocating the love and energy and that makes a super-huge difference when you are up on the stage. So, thanks to everyone who came out and smiled, laughed, danced, and even clapped respectfully after each musician finished their solos–we appreciate every bit of it.
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Groovincible LIVE at The Blue Lamp on April 17th, 2013.