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Feb 7

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, The Band Perry checks in from their pre-game performance at the Super Bowl, Little Big Town changes their Twitter handle, Miranda Lambert draws on superhero powers before hitting the stage and Dierks Bentley’s little girl is growing up. Plus, Sara Evans celebrates her birthday! Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

The Band Perry at the 2014 Super Bowl

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/thebandperry.

The Band Perry – TheBandPerry: Reid came prepared. I think that’s Reid. – np

Little Big Town – LittleBigTown: We are officially @littlebigtown , R.I.P @LBTmusic

Taylor SwiftTaylorSwift13: First night in London and @edsheeran came out to surprise the crowd with ‘Lego House’. Earth-shattering screams ensued. What a lad. #redtour

Miranda Lambert's Batman socks

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/mirandalambert.

Miranda Lambert – MirandaLambert: I think these are perfect for the George Strait show tonight… Batman and The King! What more could a girl want?

Blake SheltonBlakeShelton: Lucky to be married to the girl… Proud to know the artist.

Dierks Bentley – DierksBentley: my little girl is losing her first tooth. she is sooooooo happy. and i am sooooo sad. would using super glue make me a bad parent?! #toofast

 

Keith Urban onstage in Knoxville

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/keithurban.

Keith UrbanKeithUrban: Are you ready to Light The #FUSE tonite KNOXVILLE?!

Carrie UnderwoodCarrieUnderwood: What do you do when someone you follow on twitter un-follows you? #awkward

Brett EldredgeBrettEldredge: Drank too much caffeine today….wide awake!….I could play and win 3 games monopoly in like 20 minutes right now

Sara Evans celebrates her birthday

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/saraevansmusic.

Sara Evans – SaraEvansMusic: Thanks to everyone for my Bday wishes! Had the best day! Love y’all!

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