You gotta wonder what drives a guy like Andy Pratt. The Boston-bred singer was at the top of his game in the ’70s, when “Avenging Annie” was all over FM radio. After bombing with a pair of tours, Pratt found Jesus and relocated to the Netherlands, where he worked as a minister and recorded religious songs. Pratt eventually returned to the U.S. and resumed his music career, forming a new band and penning an autobiography, Shiver in the Night, in 2006. Who knows if this will lead to anything? Probably not, but he’s worth checking out, even if it’s just for that whiff of nostalgia. Pratt performs at 9 p.m. at the Winchester Tavern (12112 Madison Ave., 216.226.5681). Tickets: $10. — Ernest Barteldes
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