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Thursday, February 7, 2008

Ark. Times Musicians Showcase Round 2: Epiphany and One Night Stand

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Epiphany and Gina Gee.

Epiphany and One Night Stand

Formed: Epiphany has been on the scene for more than five years, but he only started playing with One Night Stand sometime last year.

From: Little Rock

Members:
Epiphany (raps), Gina Gee (vocals), O.T. (bassist), Sixstring (guitar), Jonah (keyboardist), Frank (drummer).

Projects: Everyone in the band has other things happening. Epiphany heads up (and raps for) Conduit Entertainment, a local label poised to go national with the release of the Suga City debut. He also volunteers at the Hip-Hop School. Gina Gee is currently working on a solo project with Big Keys and Dat Heat. OT is in Rodney Block's band the Real Music Lovers. He also plays in gospel groups with Frank and Jonah. Sixstring produces and is working on a project with Rockst*r.

Album: The band has been in the studio working on two songs. They hope to release a EP sometime down the road.

Sounds like: Live jazz/soul meets hip-hop.

What's in a name: Epiphany and One Night Stand is the most abbreviated name the band has performed under. Not long ago, they were Epiphany and One Night Stand featuring Gina Gee and Sixstring.

Where you'll find them: Everywhere. Weddings, events, shows around town and Conduits regular concert series, "The Chill."

Music (these are Epiphany solo tracks they're likely to do tonight):

"Can't Tell feat. JP"


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"5 Dollas feat. Gina Gee"


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