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This Spring...

Friday, April 26th
8 PM
10 Dollars

206 Michigan Ave
Ypsilanti, MI

Better From Here Music is happy to put on another show of local entertainment at popular Ypsilanti music venue Ziggys.

This is Better From Here Music's third Better From Here Night! featuring all local acts, which seeks to support local bands and musicians and put on great music shows. 

Better From Here Nights are genre-diverse.

Purchase your ticket here.

(Before it sells out!)

Link also on Instagram @bfhmusic


Other Sister

"Other Sister is a band from the Detroit area. Their music is a lyrical balance of eclectic and traditional, with inspirations from folk and indie/alternative scenes. Members include Sai Pigott, Adam McIntyre, and Franklin Lassen."

Spectral Threads

“The alternative/modern rock trio, Spectral Threads is breaking boundaries and turning the scene on it's head with interesting melodies and ideas that you'll be delighted to discover. Based in Ypsilanti, Samuel Millett, Jonathan Crayne and Nate Zuellig have joined to create the new hotness."


“Larkn is a dynamic singer-songwriter in Ann Arbor. She songwrites, produces and runs

Better From Here Music, an independent record label in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Her music

ranges from soulful indie pop to Americana and singer-songwriter, but she always accomplishes relatability and emotional authenticity in her lyrics. She can be found on instagram @JustLarkn

TV Blackout

“TV Blackout is a local Ypsilanti group looking to spread smiles and good vibes. They play alternative rock originals and have covers to fit any music taste”.

They have original music on Apple Music and are on instagram @TVBlackoutOfficial


“CJ Hopkins, aka, cza, is a lyrically-driven and conceptually minded experimental hip-hop artist,

studio engineer, abstract painter and digital artist. cza is currently based in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He released his major platform release, the stylistic exploration, "SHUT UP AND RAP" in October 2023. Like his recorded music, his shows are remembered for their harmoniously haphazard blend of irreverence and solemnity’.

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