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Mouse Trap

Grand Rapids, 418 Bridge St. N.W. Uncle Adolph’s preceded it. It become Bobby’s Lounge in the Mid 70s. Owners were Gary Kane & Robin Perry.

Bits and Pieces – Dan Lewakowski on key boards (Cordovox). Zeke Ramerez(sp.) played guitar, Lloyd Brown on Drums at Mouse Trap 1970

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mouse Trap Ad 1970

Mouse Trap Ad 1970

Mouse Trap Ad 1967

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is part of an email between Doug Taylor and Gary Kane from 3/10/2012:

I grew up in Elgin, Il and went to U of Mich on a football-basketball scholarship. After graduation, I was a sales rep for the Arrow Shirt co and I was transferred to GR in 1966. It was a great job, but I couldn’t stand working for others so my old college buddy, Robin Perry, and I talked to a professor we both had in the business school. He said that a good start would be to buy a bar, so we bought the Mousetrap which had been closed for several months. A couple of years later, I bought Rob out as he wanted to move back to Detroit. I was given a solid offer on the bar 3 years later, I sold it and stayed in private business. Gary Kane

Mouse Trap Lounge 418 Bridge Street NW (Worfel Building) on February 13, 1985.

Mouse Trap Lounge 418 Bridge Street NW (Worfel Building) on February 13, 1985.

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