Raconteurs Release Bluegrass Version Of ‘Old Enough’ Today

Jack White's troupe collaborate with Ricky Skaggs and Ashley Monroe

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The Raconteurs have released a new bluegrass version of “Old Enough” as a download today (December 2).

Jack White and Brendan Benson‘s supergroup teamed up with country stars Ricky Skaggs and Ashley Monroe to re-record the song, originally featured on the band’s “Consolers Of The Lonely” album.

“Old Enough” is available to download from Amazon‘s US site now, and will head to other download sites next week.

The legendary Skaggs is a 13-time Grammy Award-winning mandolinist and multi-instrumentalist, while Monroe is a 22-year-old Nashville singer and songwriter.

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