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Founders Brewing Company Yourself and the Air Frederik Meijer Garden Jim Dine: Sculpture, Butterflies are Blooming GR Art Museum Birds of America: Audubon Prints From Shelburne Museum GR Civic Theatre Charlotte’s Web GR Public Musem Earth and Sky Day GR Public Museum Bodies Revealed, Rush: Greatest Hits Laser Light Shows Curragh Irish Pub Ian Gould Holland Museum The Cat Under the Hat: The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss


Intersection Mega 80’s Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids Bitter Friends Kellogg Auditorium Battle Creek Symphony: Simply Sinatra Kzoo Civic Theatre Distracted Kirby House Crane Wives Knickerbocker Theatre The Deliverer, a Promise Fulfilled Malarky’s Sam Kenny Mangiamo Mark Kahny Master Arts Theatre To Kill a Mockingbird Muskegon Civic Theatre Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat


Old Dog Tavern Duffield Caron Project, Sneaky Pete One Trick Pony Nobody’s Darlin’ Saugatuck Brewing Company Greg Nagy Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort Rodney Carrington The Strutt Kalamazoo Academy of Rock


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BEST BET: Acoustic Rock


JACKSON BROWNE DeVos Performance Hall, Grand Rapids April 21, 7:30 p.m. $29.50-$79.50 devosperformancehall.com, (616) 742-6500


VISIONARY, LIVING LEGEND, inspi- rational folk hero whose work inspired an entire generation. These labels are… well, they don’t exactly scream out for the original, do they? We’ve heard these things and more like them spray-paint- ed and stamped onto every sort of wave-maker, from John Lennon to Eminem, but somehow, when speaking of the gentile, contemporary rock dooode Jackson Browne, they just seem so naturally


applicable, it’s hard not to leap off on a cliché. Here we have pleasantly uplifting, hopelessly infectious and catchy hits like “Somebody’s Baby” and “Running on Empty” – a lush, soulful blend of summery, laid-back jams as only the Brownester could produce. (To prep yourself for the latest and greatest from Jackson, check out JacksonBrowne.com to hear live tracks and selections from his most recent recorded work.) And since we can already safely determine you have a loud-and- proud penchant for Dad Rock, why not spring the couple extra bucks to bring Pops along for an early Father’s Day gift? Trust us: this is way, way better than 400 disc “Hits of the ‘50s” collection you were considering. Reported by Emma Kat Richardson


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