George Strait’s ‘Pure Country’ Gets The Vinyl Treatment For Its Silver Anniversary

The soundtrack from George Strait’s Pure Country is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and in honor of that the album will be released for the first time on vinyl in a limited edition pressing Sept. 15. Strait will pay special tribute to the film’s impact on his music with a set of shows Sept. 1-2 in Las Vegas that will spotlight the six-time platinum soundtrack and the stories behind its songs.

In observance of the vinyl edition and the film’s silver anniversary, the Alamo Drafthouse movie theater chain will host special screenings of Pure Country at its 28 locations nationwide throughout the month of August. Known for a completely immersive experience, providing food and beverages during their showings along with a strict no talking/no cell phone policy, the showings will offer fans the perfect way to relive their favorite moments and songs while experiencing Strait’s character Dusty on the big screen once again.

 

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