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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Here are some Arkansas acts vying to play at the Grammys

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Little Rock rapper Epiphany is vying for a spot to play at the Grammys.
  • Little Rock rapper Epiphany is vying for a spot to play at the Grammys.

The Recording Academy's 54th Grammys are coming up next month, and the organization is hosting a contest called From Your Garage To Grammy Live. The winner will get the chance to play live in Los Angeles at the Grammys.

Among the Arkansas acts competing are Epiphany & Tomorrow Maybe, Fayetteville's Randall Shreve and the Sideshow, North Little Rock singer Kaci Whitby, Natural State from Mountain Home and Akina Sibbet of Mena.

You can vote for each band up to 10 times per band each day, and the contest ends Jan. 24. Epiphany and Co. are currently listed as one of the top trending acts, so get to voting and maybe they'll get a chance to play the Grammys.

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