Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley finally took the plunge and joined Twitter this week, making fans of the singer very happy. He seems a little hesitant to wield his newfound power on the Internet uncensored, however, if his first tweet is any indication:

Fellow stars have been welcoming Kelley to the Twittersphere with open arms, sending their well wishes — and high expectations, in the case of Dierks Bentley:

Even Luke Bryan joined in to extend a greeting to Kelley!

He’s only been on the social media site for a couple of days, but Kelley is already on a roll. So far his tweets have been a mixture of humble gratitude to fans and silly posts, including one photo of a particularly weird item found on the band’s tour bus:

Fans can only hope Kelley keeps it going and continues to provide an exclusive glimpse into the singer’s life on the road and at home.

Lady Antebellum has been keeping extra busy this summer on their Wheels Up tour, on which they even hosted some very special, very tiny guest singers at one show in Atlanta. Three-year-old Mallory and her sister Madison stole the show, singing the band’s tune “Compass” along with the trio. Mallory had recently undergone a heart transplant, and “Compass” helped them through the difficult time. Even tourmate Hunter Hayes joined in on mandolin, making for a unique and touching performance.

The band also recently released their music video for “Long Stretch of Love,” which captures the high-energy quality of their live performances and matches the driving, rock-infused sound of the tune perfectly. They have also been experimenting with different styles in recent months, foraying into the electronic dance music genre with pop DJ and producer Audien, being featured on his track “Something Better.” They also performed a medley with Zedd at the CMT Music Awards.

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