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Livoniaís Trinity House Theatre is switching venues ó to the nearby Trinity Church ó to hold a special benefit at 8 p.m. Saturday (March 17th) for the acoustic music venue. Jill Jack, Jan Krist, Luke Sayers & Mark Iannace, Mustardís Retreat, Wanderiní Wheel and Jennifer Daniels are slated to perform. The church is at 34500 Six Mile Road, Livonia. Admission is $12 for Trinity House members, $15 for the general public. Call (734) 464-6302 or visit www.trinityhouse.org.

Thereís no shortage of rock íní roll St. Patrickís Day parties this weekend, but the walls are assured to be shaking at Detroitís Lager House on Saturday (March 17th), when hot boogie rockers the Universal Temple of Divine Power headlines a bill that also includes Siddhartha, Battling Siki and Circus Boy. The Lager House is at 1254 Michigan Ave., in Detroitís Corktown district. Doors open at 9 p.m. Admission is $5. Call (313) 961-4668 or visit www.lager housedetroit.com.

A short month (February) means that the March BíJazz Vespers concert comes around quicker. This weekendís edition is 6 p.m. Sunday (March 18th) and features the Sheila Landis Trio and the Los Gatos quartet performing a repertoire of works by Latin jazz pioneers Carl Tjader and Antonio Jobin. The concert will be held at the First Baptist Church, 300 Willits St., Birmingham. Admission is free, but donations will be solicited for the musicians. Call (248) 644-0550 or visit www.fi rstbaptist birmingham.org.

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