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Feb 21

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Miranda Lambert brings the lyrics of her new single to life, Luke Bryan remembers the founder of Cabela’s, Brad Paisley’s Beat This Winter Tour gets beaten by winter and Danielle Bradbery is in awe of Brad’s fans. Plus, The Band Perry celebrates President’s Day the Mt. Rushmore way. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Miranda Lambert in her vintage truck

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Miranda Lambert – MirandaLambert: “I learned to drive that 55′ just like a Queen three on a tree”… Look who came out to play today! My old friend!

Luke Bryan – LukeBryanOnline: Hey everyone. Keep the Cabela family in your prayers. Dick Cabela passed away yesterday. He was a wonderful man and a true outdoors pioneer.

Charlie DanielsCharlieDaniels: What this world needs is a lot more sweet tea.


Eli Young Band chats with Great American Country's Nan Kelley

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Eli Young BandEliYoungBand: Talking with @gactv today! Make sure y’all check out #GACTop20 on 2/28 to see the interview

Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: Okay, so we were beaten by winter yesterday. Not tonight. Tonight we win.

Danielle Bradbery – DBradbery: The reaction of people when @BradPaisley comes out on stage is so amazing to see

The Band Perry boys at Mount Rushmore

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The Band Perry – TheBandPerry: The Perry Brothers at Mt. Rushmore! @neilcperryiii

Lucy HaleLucyHale: Trust me, cinnamon in your coffee. Trust and believe and watch sparks fly.

Brett EldredgeBrettEldredge: Looking for a new guitar is like looking for a new girlfriend…but I’m looking for an old guitar, so I guess it’s a cougar guitar

Hillary Scott's daughter in the studio

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Hillary Scott of Lady AntebellumHillaryScottLA: A little bit country, a little bit rock n roll….hanging with mama at the studio!


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