Country artists usually have about three and a half minutes to express themselves through a song. But when it comes to their Twitter bios, they only have about 160 characters to work with.
With a limited amount of space to write an introduction, artists have to get creative to catch followers’ attention and give them a quick snapshot of who they really are. From sassy to silly and even sentimental, you won’t be forgetting these artists’ Twitter bios after you see them.
You may tweet your favorite country stars every day, but do you actually know what their bios say? Put your Twitter stalking skills to the test!
1972 may have been a rough year for the crack commando unit, but it was a great year for the future of country music – because Brad Paisley was born!
Chase Rice doesn’t just want you to be his Twitter follower; he wants you to be his wingman, too.
You have a one out of three shot at guessing this one. And if you guessed Rascal Flatt’s lead guitarist Joe Don Rooney, you’d be correct.
The old saying goes, “There are two kinds of people in the world: those who pee in the shower… and liars.” We know where Jessie James Decker falls, because the country singer doesn’t hold anything back in her Twitter bio.
Sturgill Simpson may not know how to write a tweet, but he sure does know how to write a song.
With a noble life mission like this posted in his Twitter bio, Dan Smyers, of Dan + Shay, is sure to get a follow from us.
We’ll give you a hint: she sings a song called “Love”. If you guessed Jana Kramer, then you’re right!
And “weirdness” is exactly what will fill your news feed if you follow Brett Eldredge on Twitter.