Cowboy quartet Riders in the Sky land at CAC Pence Center on Feb. 9

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PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. – Riders in the Sky comes moseying into Central Arizona College on SaturdayFeb. 9, at 7 p.m. when these veterans of the stage make a special one-night appearance at the Don P. Pence Center for Visual & Performing Arts.

This classic cowboy quartet has been performing its show of original music and humor for more than 30 years. Ranger Doug, Joey, Woody Paul and Too Slim come from a wide range of different backgrounds.

They are, respectively, an English major, a Polka Hall of Fame member, a theoretical plasma physicist, and a wildlife manager.

In the span of their career together the Riders have had their own TV show, appeared with such celebrities as Penn & Teller, composed and performed music for movies, including Woody’s Round Up in Toy Story 2, and won two Grammy Awards.

Tickets for event are $20 and available online at http://riders.eventbrite.com/#. Some tickets may be available at the door; however, patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance as this show is expected to sell-out.

The newly-renovated Pence Center is located on the Signal Peak Campus at 8470 North Overfield Road between the cities of Coolidge and Casa Grande just east of Interstate 10.

For more information, please call 520-477-SHOW or visit www.EventsAtCAC.com.

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