Even though the Dixie Chicks haven’t put out an album of new material in close to ten years, there’s still something for fans to be excited about. Columbia/Legacy has remastered and reissued all four of the trio’s studio albums on 150-gram vinyl.
1999’s Fly, 2002’s Home and 2006’s Taking the Long Way are all two-disc sets, while 1998’s Wide Open Spaces is a single disc. In all, the Chicks have sold more than 30 million copies of the four projects, bringing home thirteen Grammys along the way.
This summer, the Dixie Chicks embark on an extensive trek across the U.S. Their DCX MMXVI Tour kicks off June 1 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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