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Mar 8

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Merle Haggard has a message to share, Ashley Monroe celebrates the release of her new album while Brad Paisley’s new summer-themed single requires some imagination. Plus, Kip Moore’s ghost has returned – with an attitude! – and Jake Owen’s daughter makes an adorable Easter Bunny. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Merle Haggard

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/merlehaggard.

Merle Haggard – MerleHaggard: How bout this sweatshirt..

Ashley Monroe - AshleyMonroe: Just put sunscreen all over face.. then see my album is #2 Country and #13 all genre. Start BAWLING.Sunscreen in eye.ouch #worthit #thankyou

Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: Asking for a little imagination from all you people listening to my new single in 3 ft of snow. Hang in there.

 

Darius Rucker

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/dariusrucker.

Darius RuckerDariusRucker: Truly awesome when u meet folks and they r cooler and nicer than u thought they would be. Thank u @DuckDynastyAE

Kip Moore – KipMooreMusic: the ghost in my house sweeps, breaks dishes, flips cups, and turns on lights..need a name for her..I’m assuming it’s a she cause of attitude

Kacey MusgravesKaceyMusgraves: “Are we gonna get to tour forever? No. Enjoy this sprinkly, sparkly time.” Well said. @phillipsweet

Jake Owen's daughter Pearl

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/jakeowen.

Jake Owen – JakeOwen: Easter is on the way…

Joe NicholsJoeNichols: I think my wife knows the exact moment that I’m feeling “too big for my britches”… Just sent me to buy feminine products…. ego checked

Terri ClarkTerriClarkMusic: Batten down the hatches… It’s SNOWING in Nashville – and there is a chance of some accumulation. – stock up on water and canned goods…

 

Taylor Swift

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/taylorswift13.

Taylor SwiftTaylorSwift13: Had a photo shoot. Found a tiny piano. Had a tiny jam session.

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