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Blind Boys of Alabama 

When: Thu., Oct. 6, 8 p.m. 2011
Price: $25-35

After pumping out loads of traditional gospel albums—many of them while the group still heavily toured churches, concert halls and auditoriums—with an original lineup of students from the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind, The Blind Boys of Alabama have had no shortage of success since crossing over into pop music. They've even collaborated with contemporaries Mavis Staples and Solomon Burke and modern superstars Prince and Ben Harper. It's proof that the Blind Boys' legend has translated to a new generation, not to mention that they've won six Grammy Awards along the way. —Spencer Griffith

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