Injunuity, an all Native American flute based orchestral rock band, was formed in 2007 with award winning Choctaw composer Brad Clonch along side Chickasaw composer Jeff Carpenter. Within two short years as a group, Injunuity grew to include other musicians with Native American heritage. After releasing the 6 track EP “Unconquered”, Injunuity was nominated for three national music awards, featured on XM satellite Radio, and began traveling and performing across different venues from New Mexico to Alabama, while virtually being completely new and un-discovered. The group took home their first NAMMY, the Native American equivalent to the GRAMMYs, for 2008 “Debut Group of the Year”. They achieved another NAMMY award in 2010 as “Songwriters of the Year” for their work on the album “Fight for Survival”. In 2011 Injunuity was also the recipient of the “Flutist of the Year” award at the Indian Summer Music Awards.
The music of Injunuity focuses on two things. First, it promotes the introduction of Native American music and history into popular culture, helping break stereotypes about Native Americans and the music within the Indian culture. Second, it preserves an aspect of Native heritage through use of the cultural iconic Native American Flute. All music Injunuity performs and composes is based on the Native Flute, making this group a rare genre find when mixed with their sounds of modern rock music and classical orchestrations. The group is based out of Ada, Oklahoma.