Jack White and Loretta Lynn are getting the old band back together. At least for one night.

On Jan. 28, legendary singer, songwriter and Country Music Hall of Fame member Lynn will share the stage again with rock icon White at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, White’s adopted hometown.

Tickets will be available from Ticketmaster.

Related: Loretta Lynn Is Not Going to Be Attorney General, Sorry

The two first paired up just over a decade ago when White produced and played on Lynn’s 2004 album Van Lear Rose. The seemingly unusual pairing actually worked out in a big way, resulting in an album that was a smart, adventurous blend of White’s gritty, guitar-driven rock and Lynn’s country storytelling (she wrote or cowrote every song).

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