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Jun 28

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Carrie Underwood shares a photo from her teenage years, Martina McBride and James Otto reflect on parenting, Brad Paisley’s wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, crashes his photo op and Hunter Hayes blends in at The Today Show. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Carrie Underwood & Tracy Byrd

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/carrieunderwood.

Carrie Underwood – CarrieUnderwood: Doing some cleaning…look what I found! Must’ve been about 13 here. Me and Tracy Byrd.

Jake OwenJakeOwen: Huge thanks to all my fans and friends at Country Radio for my 4th #1 in a row off Barefoot Blue Jean Night album. New music comin’ soon!! ????

Jerrod NiemannJrodFromOz: I wanna wish my folks a happy anniversary….35 years. I love them so much

 

Jason Aldean

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/JasonAldean.

Jason AldeanJason_Aldean: Takin over @williebosshog office at the @Duck_Commander / @Buck_Commander headquarters. New sheriff in town son!!!

Martina McBride – MartinaMcBride: I love being a mom. Every age holds challenges, blessings, tears, and laughter. #mykidsaresocool

James Otto – JamesOtto: It’s rough raising a daughter. A little boy threw sand in my daughters eyes on the play ground & I wanted to shake him like salt shaker

Rolling Stones, Brad Paisley & Kimberly Williams-Paisley

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/RollingStones.

Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: There’s always that chick that breaks up a band…RT @RollingStones: before going on stage in Philadelphia

Blake SheltonBlakeShelton: Statement just made in the Shelton household: “After you throw that snake out please get the scorpion off the door!!! #country

Kacey MusgravesKaceyMusgraves: Ran into a bus today. Luckily it wasn’t moving. Still hurt like a mofo. #fail

Hunter Hayes

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/HunterHayes.

Hunter Hayes – HunterHayes: Can you see me? @todayshow

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