Jimmie Stagger's Sunday night HopCat blues jams drawing hot Grand Rapids players, devoted fans E-mail
by John Sinkevics

JimmieStaggersmall@HopCatbyJohnSinkevics (2) (640x480) With stellar players and singers sitting in every Sunday night, it’s quickly become the “who’s who” destination of West Michigan’s elite and up-and-coming blues musicians.

The HopCat Sunday Night Blues Jam with Jimmie Stagger started in late February at the downtown tavern with modest hopes and great potential -- and indications are, it’s already grown into one of the city’s most popular attractions for blues fans and performers.

GRNow Weekly Preview March 25-31, 2013 E-mail

It's Easter week with egg hunts and brunches, plus Van Andel Arena hosts part of the NCAA Hockey Championship and Local First presents its annual Sustainable Business Conference.


Photos: Keb' Mo' at The Intersection E-mail
Photos from the Keb' Mo' concert at The Intersection taken March 23, 2013 by Paul Jendrasiak.

Keb Mo

GRNow Weekly Preview March 18-24, 2013 E-mail

Escape the chilly start to spring this week indoors at The Matrix Live, inside the new Cabela's in Grandville or at the Ultimate Sport Show at DeVos Place.


GRNow Weekly Preview March 11-17, 2013 E-mail

It's St. Patrick's Day week with Irish on Ionia and parties galore, plus LaughFest continues with Wayne Brady, Lewis Black and Brian Regan and Monster Trucks invade Van Andel Arena.


GRNow Weekly Preview March 4-10, 2013 E-mail

The return of LaughFest tops a busy week of events that also includes the Griffins, Bob Seger, the West Michigan Women's Expo and the Little Black Dress Party.


Photos: Bob Seger at Van Andel Arena E-mail
Photos from the Journey concert at Van Andel Arena taken March 5, 2013 by Paul Jendrasiak.

Bob Seger 2013

Concert Review: Eric Johnson at The Intersection E-mail
by Jim and Jen Shaneberger

Eric Johnson 2013 There was no opening act, it was simply Eric Johnson. Doors were an hour before he took the stage, and by 8pm all of the theater style seating was filled as were the high tops lining the room. The audience was a mixed group, as it was an all ages show, and several parents had brought their children. The front row was a mix of men and women ages 12-65. It felt like one big family, complete with jokes from the audience as Johnson tuned his guitar.

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