The Oak Ridge Boys

When: Mon., Nov. 29 2010

"Sometimes you can get so old that you can become cool again. Look at Tony Bennett or Johnny Cash." That's how Duane Allen puts it on the Oak Ridge Boys' website, and that's what the band's last album suggests the Boys are banking on. Working with Shooter Jennings' producer, Allen and his three bandmates jammed The Boys Are Back with covers, among them the John Lee Hooker classic "Boom Boom," the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" and Ray LaMontagne's "Hold You in My Arms." If you can find another member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame who's doing this, well, chances are they're not doing it at 7:30 tonight at the Pikes Peak Center (190 S. Cascade Ave.,, $42.50/ticket). — Kirk Woundy

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