1) Join the fresh new faces of singer/songwriters JD Eicher, Charlie Oxford, and Russell Howard at Club Café for a night of musical collaboration of In the Round. With different styles and from different areas across the country, these artists create a unique performance together. Eicher’s style is folk/pop leaning towards the radio-friendly, while his smooth voice can melt even the hardest of hearts with songs like “I’d Like to Get to Know You.” Oxford’s equally soothing pipes no doubt make the ladies swoon, especially in this cover of Bruno Mars’ “When I Was Your Man.” Completing the trifecta, Howard’s acoustical skills and perfect harmonies help transform the stage from a simple performance to an oasis of untapped talent for your eager ears. Enjoy special guests Great Ancient Trees and Caleb Lovely before the main event. 8 p.m. 56 – 58 S. 12th St., South Side.
2) When doing a Jillian Michaels’ workout, I’m pretty sure she’s going to jump through the TV and yell at me if I slack off. While that may or may not be true, health and fitness expert of “The Biggest Loser” fame goes by the mantra of changing your life, not just your body. As part of her Maximize Your Life Tour at the Benedum Center, Michaels emphasizes that fads may fade, and that life changes and daily habits are key to our happiness. Are you really going to be happy drinking juice concoctions for the rest of your life? Jillian’s tough love doesn’t beat around the bush nor does she make promises she can’t keep. In this inspiring and motivating performance, she gives you the tools to reach your goals and get the most out of life. 8 p.m. 237 7th St., Cultural District.
3) If the only Crayons you need are red, white, and blue, you won’t want to miss Marcus Luttrell’s Patriot Tour at Byham Theater. A retired Navy SEAL and a recipient of the Purple Heart, Luttrell shared his story through what became a No. 1 bestseller, Lone Survivor. (Mark Wahlberg later portrayed Luttrell in the film adaptation.) The Patriot Tour is designed to reach out to civilian audiences through the lives of veterans and their families. With a number of speakers and a plethora of experiences to share, the Patriot Tour allows the audience to gain a more profound understanding of and deeper appreciation for those who serve. 7:30 p.m. 101 6th St., Cultural District.
4) What’s better than curling up with a good murder mystery novel? Watching it on stage, naturally! Butler Little Theatre presents The Psychic: A Murder Mystery of Sorts. On stage, the audience meets Adam Webster, the unsuccessful writer-turned-psychic to make ends meet. With wit, intrigue, and, of course, a few murders, The Psychic combines mystery and comedy for an engaging stage performance you won’t want to miss. 7:30 p.m. Through March 22. One Howard St., Butler.