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Saint Patrick’s Day is on a Tuesday this year, and central Iowa will surely have plenty of green beer and live entertainment. If you want a head start, Standing Hampton will play on March 14 at Bennigan’s on Merle Hay Road during the restaurant’s annual St. Paddy’s Day party. There is a $5 cover. Jameson Rodgers brings his “Grew Up in the Country Tour 2020” to Wooly’s on March 14. The opener is country musician Drew Parker, and tickets cost $15. Miles Nielsen, a musician and songwriter, talks about his songwriting at the Celebrate! Innovation Live at the DMACC West Campus on March 12 at 11 a.m. Admission is free. For more information visit, The Cerny Brothers, a heartland rock duo, perform twice in March. Catch them on March 11 at DMACC for a free concert or at Vaudeville Mews on March 13, where they’ll be opening for the Michigan Rattlers, a folk rock band. Tickets cost $17. The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band plays at xBK Live on March 21, with local opener Stutterin’ Jimmy and the Goosebumps. Tickets are $15 at tikly. The Soul Searchers released a new album, “Lounging at the Wood.” “Wood” refers to the Greenwood Lounge, where the group has played Thursday evenings for the past 10 years. Copies of their CD will be available at upcoming gigs, including Noce on March 27. ♦

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