Progressive Jazz-Rock band Marbin comes to Ziggy’s May 11

. April 30, 2018.

Progressive Jazz-Rock outfit Marbin brings their dynamic fusion to Ziggy’s on May 11. The quartet, originally formed in Israel and now based in Chicago, boasts a high energy performance that has garnered a dedicated International following. Joining the bill will be Ann Arbor native Nadim Azzam, whose original songs are driven by catchy pop-hooks, spoken word, and his powerful singing voice. Enjoy a memorable night with the varied styles of these two unique artists.

$10-$15 | 8pm | Friday, May 11.
Ziggy’s 206 W. Michigan Ave. 734-221-3961
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