A young, dynamic force on the Boston music scene, the Berklee-trained Alley Stoetzel has a sweet and versatile voice that can redefine any musical style. Her latest project is an exciting blend of the soul and R&B for which she is already noted, plus a big slice of heavenly twang – drawing on classic country and bluegrass while channeling her inner Alison Krauss. Alley can breeze easily from Johnny Cash to Patsy Cline, from Roberta Flack to Rihanna. Call her “country soul,” or, as the Boston Herald decreed of her, “the soul of Sam Cooke and the sass of Elizabeth Cook.” It’s all good. Alley and her band(the infectious Louis Ochoa on bass; the electric Derek Toa on guitar and the unbeatable Ryan Dryburgh on drums) are sure to enthrall. It is a tall order to master as many styles as they do, but they do it passionately. You will feel it, too.