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.

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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.

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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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