Chane Morrow (Epiphany) was born in New Jersey, moved to Pine Bluff at the age of eight and earned his mechanical engineering degree from Stanford before switching gears and jumping into the world of hip-hop.He then moved to New York, met his business partner Brian Rikuda (BDot, winner of BET's "Ultimate Hustler" reality show) and formed Conduit Entertainment. Epiphany returned to Arkansas to pursue hip-hop and in 2003 debuted his first album, "1st of a Dying Breed," becoming one of the top rappers in the state. He has since recruited four bandmates and a vocalist to form a sound that is a fusion of hip-hop, soul, rock and jazz. Joining Epiphany in the AETN studios were vocalist Regina Gulley (Gina Gee), Oliver Thomas (OT) on bass, brothers Jonah Hill on keyboard and Frank Hill on drums, and Joe Beck (6 String) on lead guitar. Making a return appearance to the "AETN Presents" stage was special guest Rodney Block, whose earlier episode was nominated for an Emmy.