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Musician Nick Tucker Makes Bass His Career

Musician Nick Tucker Makes Bass His CareerIndianapolis based bassist Nick Tucker keeps busy as a professor at Ball State University while playing in two popular Indy bands. Clint Breeze and the Groove, Indianapolis music scene, nick tucker, Tucker Brothers, making it2019-04-11T00:00:00-04:00
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Musician Nick Tucker Makes Bass His Career

Nick Tucker at WFYI's Studio

Indianapolis-based bassist Nick Tucker keeps busy as a professor at Ball State University and playing in two popular Indy bands. The 30-year-old musician says he has lots of energy and isn't anywhere close to slowing down. 

"I have an insatiable hunger for music," Tucker says. "I'm putting my energy where I want to, and that's music. I probably don't need to grind as much as I do, but I love the grind. It keeps me energized."

Each week on 90.1 WFYI's Curious Mix, we bring you audio postcards that celebrate DIY artists Making It in Indiana. This edition of Making It was reported and produced by Melissa Davis. You can find more episodes here.

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