Brad Clonch and Jeff Carpenter, members of Injunuity, received nominations for three Native American Music Awards.


Injunuity, an Ada based Native American musical group, was recently nominated for three Native American Music Awards (NAMMYS) for their latest album release “Fight for Survival.” Members Brad Clonch (Mississippi Choctaw) and Jeff Carpenter (Chickasaw) received nominations for Best Instrumental Album of the Year, Best Songwriters of the Year, and Best Duo/Group of the Year.

This years awards mark the 12th annual Native music awards show and is being held at the Hard Rock Casino in Seneca New York on Nov. 12.  Public voting for Injunuity and other Native American recording artist continues through Nov. 11. Voting is easy and only takes minutes by logging on and registering at

Clonch and Carpenter won a 2008 NAMMY for Best Debut Duo/Group of the year with their album “Unconquered.” They have performed across the United States basing there music on the Native American flute and the slogan -”not your grandfathers flute music!”

The newest album “Fight for Survival” can be found on Apples iTunes,, Hastings, and Chickasaw Nation outlet stores and shops. For more information, visit

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