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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Thursday To-Do: Epiphany feat. Gina Gee & One Night Stand

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Epiphany plays Thursday night at Stickyz with Gina Gee and One Night Stand.
  • Epiphany plays Thursday night at Stickyz with Gina Gee and One Night Stand.

EPIPHANY FEAT. GINA GEE & ONE NIGHT STAND
9:30 p.m. Stickyz. $10.

Local rap standout Epiphany returns to town after a mini-tour that took him and local R&B diva Gina Gee throughout the South — Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Dallas. Thursday's show marks the end of that "Such Is Life" tour and the end, at least for the near future, of Epiphany and Gina Gee performing with their backing band, One Night Stand.

Those who appreciate hip-hop being performed well on stage will want to make it out to this one, where another local rapper, Kwestion, will also be performing with a live band, Machetes and Spoons, and celebrating the release of a new album.

Little Rock's go-to emcee, Osyrus Bolly, hosts.

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