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Mindy McCready Dead at 37: Country Artists React

The death of Mindy McCready has caused an outpouring of emotional responses from country artists who knew the troubled singer, as well as those who only heard her music growing up. The 37-year-old 'Ten Thousand Angels' hitmaker took her own life on February 17, 2013, barely one month after her boyfriend and the father to her youngest son died.

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Country Stars Reveal Their Favorite Grammy Moments Via Twitter

Country stars both in the audience and at home used Twitter to reveal their favorite moments from the 2013 Grammy Awards. For some, it was a memorable performance. For others, it was getting to add Alicia Keys' phone number to their phone book.

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10 Twitter Accounts Every Country Fan Should Follow

The Taste of Country Twitter page (@tasteofcountry) is the social media hub for all things country music, including the latest news, reviews and tour announcements. But to make sure you're getting all of your Twitter experience, we recommend that fans of Keith, Kenny, Taylor, Miranda, Carrie and the biggest names in Nashville should also follow these other accounts to get the behind-the-scenes scoop, off-the-wall humor and exclusive pictures offered only on Twitter.

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Brad Paisley, RaeLynn + More Celebrate Life After Mayan Calendar Ends

It may be a little early to celebrate, but country stars have taken to Twitter to mock the Mayan calendar after waking up in one piece on Friday morning. December 21 (12/21/12) is the day the calendar ends, but it's not clear if the apocalypse is supposed to take place at daybreak, lunchtime, sunset or after the stock market closes. Is it possible the Mayans wanted to shore up their portfolio before the death and destruction begins?

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Connecticut School Shooting: Country Stars React

While details about Friday morning's school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut are still trickling in, it's clear that innocent lives were taken when a gunman stormed Sandy Hook Elementary School and began firing. The small town in the state's southwest corner will be in the hearts of every American this weekend, including country music's biggest stars. 

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Barack Obama Re-Elected President of the United States: Country Stars React

Barack Obama was re-elected President of the United States on Tuesday (Nov. 6) following a heated battle with Republican candidate Mitt Romney in the key battleground state of Ohio. Within minutes of learning the news, country music's top stars were celebrating, congratulating, complaining or simply making jokes about the 2012 election results. Like much of the nation, Nashville's best are split politically. 

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Election Day 2012: Country Stars Push Fans to Exercise Their Right to Vote

It's Election Day, and country music's biggest stars are joining the push to make sure every eligible voter takes time to get to the polls before they close tonight. The importance of the election is clear to every concerned American.

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Hurricane Sandy 2012: Country Artists Offer Prayers, Warnings and Jokes as Storm Approaches

With the eye of 2012's Hurricane Sandy expected to make landfall in the next 24 hours, residents along the east coast are taking measures to stay safe during, and after, what is being described as the "perfect storm." Country music's reach extends into all 50 states, so it's no surprise that many of the top names took to Twitter to encourage those in Hurricane Sandy's path to be extra cautious. A few even added some much-needed humor to the conversation surrounding Frankenstorm.

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Country Stars Support, Mock Candidates During Presidential Debate

The third and final presidential debate was Monday night, and like millions of Americans, many of country music's biggest stars watched and reacted. A few got fired up about claims made by both presidential candidates, while others -- like Brad Paisley -- cracked a few jokes to followers on Twitter.

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Brad Paisley Mixes Up Louis, Lance and Neil Armstrong

NBC, a major news organization, made a serious faux pas when it came to reporting the death of astronaut Neil Armstrong over the weekend. The network said that classic rock musician Neil Young had died, adding that he was the first man on the moon. But they weren't alone. Upon hearing the sad news, many took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Lance Armstrong's bad week, being that he had been stripped of his Tour de France titles... and then died. Hoping to take advantage of people's misconceptions about which Armstrong is which, perennial prankster Brad Paisley played along, pretending he too had them mixed up.

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