Announcing the 2015 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase | Rock Candy

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Announcing the 2015 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase

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click to enlarge Last year's winners, Mad Nomad
  • Last year's winners, Mad Nomad

Musicians, the search is on for the 2015 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase, to be held at Stickyz throughout January and February. Performers of all genres will compete for an array of prizes (including money!) and any acts with at least four songs of original material are encouraged to enter. The finals will be held at the Rev Room in March. Our friends at KABF 88. 3 FM will be hosting this year, and an esteemed panel of judges will be announced in coming weeks. The deadline for entry is January 1, and any interested artists can apply online at showcase.arktimes.com or via snail mail by sending an entry form and a demo CD to Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase at 201 East Markham, Suite 200, Little Rock, AR 72201. For more information, email will@arktimes.com.

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