Two well-loved country artists, Eric Church and Dolly Parton, are releasing their music on vinyl for National Record Store Day (April 19).

Each of the artists' albums will offer something a little different, but they find common ground in their vinyl renderings. Church's vinyl record includes a double gatefold vinyl version of his album 'The Outsiders.' The package comes with an exclusive album poster as well as two bonus tracks. One is an extended version of 'The Outsiders' and the second is called 'Come Together.'

Parton is also participating in Record Store Day with the release of a limited edition 7-inch vinyl. It features two tracks from her upcoming album 'Blue Smoke.' Her full-length streets May 13, including 12 bluegrass and country songs.

Fans can get their eager hands on both Church's and Parton's vinyl offerings on Saturday, April 19. This is the 'Give Me Back My Hometown' hitmaker's second vinyl project in honor of National Record Store Day. Last year, he released a vinyl version of his live album, 'Caught in the Act: Live.'

Record Store Day helps celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture surrounding nearly 1000 independently owned record stores in the US and thousands internationally. To see a list and find one near you click HERE.