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May 3

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, the Grand Ole Opry, Martina McBride and Wynonna Judd pay their respects to George Jones. Plus, Taylor Swift is having one of those nights while Chris Young and Brett Eldredge contemplate pickup lines and weddings. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Brad Paisley, John Conlee

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Grand Ole Opry – Opry: Emotional performance from @BradPaisley and we close with #AmazingGrace from John Conlee. #RememberingJones #Opry

Martina McBride – MartinaMcBride: Such a touching and beautiful service today for @gjpossum. What a privilege to be there. Wouldn’t have missed it. #RememberingJones

Wynonna – WynonnaMusic: It was an honor to show up for Nancy Jones & the family today & pay tribute to my hero. George is a national treasure.

Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift – TaylorSwift13: It feels like one of those nights… I google nature-related questions.

Thompson SquareThompsonSquare: Writing your first number one song inspired by the loss of your Dad and having it go number one on his birthday unreal! #luvourfans

Brad PaisleyBradPaisley: As of this week you cannot buy a Hostess Cupcake anywhere anymore. It’s very similar to armageddon somehow for my bus driver.

Thomas Rhett

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Thomas Rhett ThomasRhett: Skateboard and cowboy boots… Redneck or no?

Chris Young – ChrisYoungMusic: Overheard pick up line… ,”Are you a beaver?? Cause damn” hahaha

Brett Eldredge – BrettEldredge: When I get married in a hundred years, there will be a peanut butter fountain at the wedding and we will live happily ever after..the end

Lee Greenwood, Thompson Square

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Lee GreenwoodTheLeeGreenwood: Ran into good friends and super talented #ThompsonSquare at the airport. In flight concert anyone?!?!


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