At 68, soul veteran Otis Clay–who sang with the Golden Jubilaires, the Famous Blue Jay Singers, and the Pilgrim Harmonizers before going secular–is no Rev. Al Green, but he still packs a powerful, gruff vocal wallop. TrÃ© Williams is the perfectly viable young soul preservationist the Times Magazine frequently celebrates, as further evidenced by the presence of Eli “Paperboy” Reed in the DJ booth. With Memphis Train.
Thu., Feb. 17, 8:30 p.m., 2011