Social Media Roundup: Little Big Town’s Words to Live By, Brett Eldredge’s Singing Dog, Reba’s Mountie & More

Social Media Roundup: Little Big Town’s Words to Live By, Brett Eldredge’s Singing Dog, Reba’s Mountie & More

If you don’t have time to comb through social media all day, here’s what you’ve been missing over the last 24 hours or so in the country music world:

  • Karen Fairchild sends a message of love.
  • Randy Houser sings #SongsFromTheCouch.
  • Reba McEntire loves Canada.
  • FGL’s Tyler & Brian share a fiery handshake.
  • Little Big Town performs “Humble and Kind” backstage at the Opry.
  • Jason Aldean loves the Little League World Series.
  • Sturgill Simpson appreciates street art and a good cup of coffee.
  • Jackie Lee runs with “pops.”
  • Brad Paisley knows good hair when he sees it.
  • Maggie Rose sings a solar eclipse PSA.
  • Brett Eldredge gives his dog singing lessons.
  • Carrie Underwood shows off her Ace.

Trying to live by these words. Especially today. via @billboard #humbleandkind #linkinbio

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5 miles with pops!

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Nice hair @iamchasebryant. @myilstatefair thanks for having us! #WeekendWarriorTour

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Y'all might want to take @iammaggierose's cue on this one. #PSA #greatamericaneclipse #10MinuteTune 👀

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Giving @edgarboogie singing lessons in the Woods

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Ace…

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