Clarence Greenwood, more commonly known as Citizen Cope, is an artist who has no musical boundaries and takes inspiration from a plethora of different genres. Raised primarily in Washington D.C., Cope was immersed in a melting pot of cultural and musical diversity at an early age. Ever since the release of his debut self-titled album in 2002, Cope has continued to mold a unique style of his own that combines rock, soul, jazz, and blues. On March 1st, 2019, Cope released his first album in 6 years, Heroin and Helicopters on his own label, RainWater Recordings. Cope is currently on tour supporting the album, and I was lucky enough to catch the show on Thursday night at The Bomb Factory.
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