DETROIT (WWJ) – It’s the Motor City’s version of America’s Got Talent!
Detroit’s Got Talent competition features young performing artists in grades six through twelve.
Grammy Award-winning bass guitarist, Terrance Palmer, Music Director for the competition says in addition to the cash prize the winner will also get a chance to record a video or a song.
“The finalists from each category … will compete for the crowning of Detroit’s Got Talent. So, whoever wins (Friday) wins money and the title,” said Palmer.
Tim Bowman, Randy Scott, Tim Bowman, Jr, Kimmy Horn and Rufus Harris are among the performers and judges that will be a part of the event.
The artists will perform on stage in a finale concert at 6 p.m. Saturday at Wayne State University’s Community Arts building.
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