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Multiple Grammy Award-winner Michael Bolton will bring his soulful sound to the Music Center at Strathmore on Sunday. Whether soft rock, Sinatra-style or Motown, the iconic singer and songwriter has garnered global recognition, selling more than 53 million recordings worldwide. More recently, his heartfelt and hilarious spot on SNL — performing The Lonely Island’s “Captain Jack Sparrow” — went viral with more than 100 million views on YouTube, and was nominated for an Emmy Award. Tickets are $39-$81 and the show begins at 7 p.m. For more information, visit strathmore.org.

Opening today at the Bowie Playhouse, Shannon Michal Dow, Jan Henson Dow and Robert Schroeder’s whodunnit “Dark Passages” will aim to send a shiver up the spine of thrill-loving audiences. Set in a small, formerly idyllic college town where women are disappearing, the tale tosses together a troubled couple, a sinister landlord and a detective with a history to nerve-wracking results. Presented by Bowie Community Theater, “Dark Passages” runs 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays March 16. For more information, visit bctheatre.com.

In Fairfax, Washington, D.C.-based, Southern-fried rock band Melodime will perform in concert at 10 p.m. Saturday at Jammin Java. On tour to support their latest album, “Where the Sinners & Saints Collide,” the band blends bittersweet melodies, rich vocals and Southern-flavored alt rock. Their nonprofit organization, Now I Play Along Too, provides musical instruments and education for orphans, underprivileged children and victims of disasters. Tickets are $18. For more information, visit jamminjava.com.

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