Ann Arborite and 'The Voice' finalist Laith Al-Saadi celebrates birthday with concert

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Ann Arbor musician Laith Al-Saadi already had his teeth in the game when he scored his 15-minutes of fame as a finalist on NBC's The Voice in 2016. Since hitting the national stage with his blues-infused grit, Al-Saadi has received a surge of uplifting support from the Michigan community of music fans. In order to pay his respects to the city and fans that have supported him, Al-Saadi is returning home to throw a birthday bash in celebration of another year around the sun.

Laith Al-Saadi and Friends Annual Birthday Bash returns to the Michigan Theater Saturday, Sept. 29. Among the special guests are the Motor City Horns — who usually pal around with Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Bandas well as award-winning Nashville multi-instrumentalist Al Hill.



Laith Al-Saadi will perform wsg Motor City Horns and Al Hill at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29 at the Michigan Theater; 603 E. Liberty St., Ann Arbor; 734-668-8397; michtheater.org; Tickets are $25.


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