The Dixie Chicks are taking fans on a journey through the past with the reissue of four of their hit albums on vinyl.

All of the albums being released -- Wide Open Spaces, Fly, Home and Taking the Long Way -- were recorded after lead singer Natalie Maines joined the Chicks in 1995. Wide Open Spaces came out in 1998, while Fly was released one year later; Home hit shelves in 2002, and Taking the Long Way debuted in 2006. All four albums went to No. 1 on the country charts and have been certified, at the very least, double-platinum. Wide Open Spaces and Fly have both earned diamond certifications.

Wide Open Spaces, Fly, Home and Taking the Long Way have all been remastered for this release. The vinyl copies of all four projects will hit stores on April 15 -- just in time for the group's DCX MMXVI World Tour, which kicks off in Antwerp, Belgium, the following day. After spending the spring in Europe, the Texas-based band will return stateside for a series of dates throughout the summer. More information about upcoming tour stops can be found at DixieChicks.com.

The vinyl editions of Wide Open Spaces, Fly, Home and Taking the Long Way are all available for pre-order on Amazon.

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