You can count on electrifying moments when Green brings his revue to the State Theatre. He'll probably wear his trademark white suit and be backed by a large group of singers and musicians wearing black to highlight his potentially intoxicating blend of spirituality and sexuality. Whether the head of Memphis's Full Gospel Tabernacle Church will telegraph his performance, as he did in Playhouse Square two years ago, or work at delivering the charged sensuality of his soul and gospel classics is a matter of speculation. Yet the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is so popular here, his audience likely will applaud him no matter how listless the performance.
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