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Jun 13

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week Miranda Lambert gets some incredible feedback on one of her new songs; Kip Moore and Chris Young discuss injuries; Jason Aldean performs with George Strait; Kix Brooks wife posts a hilarious #TBT; And Charlie Daniels is the picture of contentment. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week:

Miranda Lambert – MirandaLambert: I never thought I would actually hear from the Queen herself!

Kip Moore – KipMooreMusic: Never injured my eye and never left a stage…no clue where that comes from. I’m good

Chris Young – ChrisYoungMusic: Overheard tonight,”That guy has more cuts than Chris Young making dinner!” Haha!!

Jason Aldean at 2014 CMA Music Festival

Jason Aldean at the 2014 CMA Music Festival; photo courtesy of the CMA.

Jason Aldean – Jason_Aldean: A night i will never forget, gettin to sing w Mr. George Strait on his last show. What an amazing night.

Carrie UnderwoodCarrieUnderwood: Like my mama always says: “Women’s flaws are many, men have only 2: Everything they say and everything they do.” #MotherKnowsBest

Jake Owen - JakeOwen: Just ran out of gas… I’m an idiot.

Barbara Brooks, wife of Kix Brooks – BarbaraDBrooks: TBT 1980 Haven’t changed a bit! Well, one thing hasn’t. I still look at @KixBrooks the same way.

Hillary Scott of Lady AntebellumHillaryScottLA: Eisele just laughed in her sleep….THE cutest thing in the world!!!!!!!!!!! I wanna know what she dreams about SO bad!

Dierks BentleyDierksBentley: well… this is a first. just saw a dude dressed up as a pilot with two female flight attendants out in the crowd. #DrunkOnAPlane. love it!

Charlie Daniels Performs at 2014 CMA Music Festival

Charlie Daniels at the 2014 CMA Music Festival; photo courtesy of the CMA.

Charlie Daniels – CharlieDaniels: Contentment

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