Thursday To-Do: Epiphany | Rock Candy

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Thursday To-Do: Epiphany

Posted By on Wed, May 23, 2012 at 12:03 PM

Epiphany plays Revolution Thursday night.
  • Epiphany plays Revolution Thursday night.

EPIPHANY
9 p.m. Revolution. $10.

Our man 'Piph has always been tireless — putting out mixtapes and singles, emceeing all kinds of shows and parties and performing live regularly. He's been on a roll in recent months, though, releasing his long-awaited long-player "Such is Life," as well as some excellent videos for "Untouchable," and "Something to Tell Ya."

He's been taking his show on the road lately too, playing dates around the region, including Fayetteville, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Jackson and Hattiesburg, Miss., Memphis and Texarkana. This show represents a reunion of sorts, as Epiphany will be performing again with the band Tomorrow Maybe, which you probably saw providing that rock-solid live backing on the video for "Untouchable Unplugged."

Also performing with Tomorrow Maybe will be Bijoux and Dee Dee Jones. Openers include JWhite, Bully Gang and Duke Stigall, with host Sean Fresh.

Check out the video for "Something to Tell Ya" after the jump.

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