Country, soul, and folk have found their way into the voice of American singer-songwriter Michael Zaib, who is a recording artist, touring musician, and former Top 100 contestant on Season 14 of NBC’s The Voice. A Georgia native, Michael has a silky smooth voice that embodies the sounds of Otis Redding and Chris Stapleton with the storytelling of John Denver and Jason Isbell.

Louisiana-born and Georgia-raised, Michael brings a smooth Americana genre into his originals, inviting you on his journey as a singer-songwriter. In 2018 he released a new self-titled record “Michael Zaib”—combining his 2017 "31" with his 2015 EP featuring hit singles "The Wind" and "MaMa Said.” Outside his native Georgia, Michael tours regularly across the Carolinas, Nashville, D.C., New York City and Los Angeles.

Earlier this year he did his first international tour in Australia where he played the National Festival in Canberra. Michael is currently working on his second record with Jason Andrews and John Driskell Hopkins of the Zac Brown Band. You can listen to his music on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Music, and YouTube.

They didn’t realize it then, but when Mom and Dad gave me that old Washburn guitar at fourteen, they were handing me the strings to my future.
— Michael Zaib