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Aug 19

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! In this week’s edition of Top 10 TweetsSugarland urges fans to pray for the victims of the Indiana State Fair stage collapse, Frankie Ballard returns to his baseball playing days, Chris Young gets perspective and Alan Jackson goes to Norway. Here are our picks for the Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week.

Sugarland – SugarlandMusic: We are all right. We are praying for our fans, and the people of Indianapolis. We hope you’ll join us. They need your strength.

Frankie Ballard

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Frankie Ballard – FrankieBallard: Throwin’ out the first pitch at the Indians Tigers game…I piped a heater in there:)

Chris Young – ChrisYoungMusic: I was kinda down today… and then I remembered my dad survived lung cancer and I still have the man I look up to in my life #perspective

Charlie Daniels

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Charlie DanielsCharlieDaniels: How do y’all like my new fiddle?

Kip MooreKipMooreMusic: Wrong way on a 4 lane 1 way traffic zone…..little scary. Think my scream was that of a 3 year old

Neal McCoyNealMcCoy: I love Blake Shelton. He’s so funny!!!! I wish the rest of the world understood him…

Alan Jackson

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Alan Jackson – OfficialJackson: We all had a “good time” tonight in Stavanger, Norway, didn’t we?! A great end to a great tour in Scandinavia! #fb

Hunter Hayes HunterHayes: I still can’t believe I played at the Grand Ole Opry tonight!!! Freaking out over pictures of me behind the mic. Unbelievable!!

Jake OwenJakeOwen: Don’t be the thermometer. Be the climate.

Dierks Bentley

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Dierks BentleyDierksBentley: THX Montana for a great night,here is a pic of my gratitude! please keep #indianastatefair fans in your prayers #fb


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