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Oct 19

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Sarah Darling gets a big endorsement from Carrie Underwood, Darius Rucker becomes a member of the Grand Ole Opry, Kip Moore needs someone to bring him up to speed on pop culture, Keith Urban hangs out with a country legend, Brett Eldrege checks in from Blake Shelton’s cruise and Martina McBride runs into Opry star Connie Smith. Here are our picks for the Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Carrie Underwood's tweet about Sarah Darling's song

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/carrieunderwood.

Sarah Darling – _SarahDarling: This is one of the most amazing things ever!! Just made my day!!

Darius Rucker – DariusRucker: Tonite was one of the great great nights of my of my life in music. Thank u to all of u who sent me congratulations. Means so much to me.

Kip Moore – KipMooreMusic: I’m late to the game….what in the hell is a honey boo boo

Keith Urban & Don Williams

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/KeithUrban.

Keith Urban – KeithUrban: Such an honor to work with Don Williams today…can’t explain how much it means to me -KU

Sunny SweeneyGettinSweenered: Is it considered OCD if I was cleaning out the garage and vacuumed the lawn mower?

Brett Eldredge – BrettEldredge: I can’t remember the name of this boat, but all I know is its huge, full of booze and a bunch of us country music weirdos ready to jam!

Connie Smith & Martina McBride

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/martinamcbride.

Martina McBride – MartinaMcBride: Saw this lovely lady at the @opry tonight.

Blake Shelton – BlakeShelton: Also I met Shakira yesterday!!! I’m still trying to figure out what she said…

Miranda LambertMiranda_Lambert: While the man’s away, the wife does play…I may or may not be rearranging the house & painting things girl colors. #hopeblakelikesturquoise

Luke Bryan

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/LukeBryanOnline.

Luke BryanLukeBryanOnline: Life is good

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