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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Thursday To-Do: 'The Jam Session'

Posted By on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 7:49 AM

Epiphany plays at Stickyz Thursday.
  • Epiphany plays at Stickyz Thursday.

'THE JAM SESSION'
9 p.m. Stickyz. $10.

Little Rock MC Epiphany has had quite the year, as pointed out in last issue's 2012 A-Z story: There was his full-length studio album "Such is Life," MC and opening slots on shows with Twista and Flava Flav, trips to The Gambia and Mauritius that were sponsored by U.S. embassies.

For this show, he's performing with the band Tomorrow Maybe again. They just collaborated on a video for the track "Feel Alright" that shows off the chops of everybody involved. In addition to playing with Big Piph, Tomorrow Maybe will be performing with jazz saxophonist J.White and veteran rapper Arkansas Bo.

It'll be a very good night for anyone who appreciates jazz and hip-hop with a real live badass backing band.

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