Social Media Roundup: Lee Ann Womack’s Killer Night, Jason Aldean’s Outlaw Baby, Blake Shelton’s Greeting for Adam Levine & More

Social Media Roundup: Lee Ann Womack’s Killer Night, Jason Aldean’s Outlaw Baby, Blake Shelton’s Greeting for Adam Levine & 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:

  • Lee Ann Womack sits down with “The Killer.”
  • Jason Aldean delights in his unborn child’s outlaw spirit.
  • Blake Shelton is excited to return to The Voice.
  • Tyler Farr leaves his wife a tornado survival kit.
  • Hunter Hayes hangs with the Titans NFL team.
  • Brandy Clark gives a shout out to life on a tour bus.
  • Keith Urban and Lindsay Ell jam on “We Were Us.”

#Repost @skyvillelive ・・・ "The Killer" and #LeeAnnWomack at our latest show. #JerryLeeLewis

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This is how you know ur kid is gonna be a badass!!! #johnnycashspirit 🖕🏼#liloutlaw

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Ahhhh….. Home sweet home…

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When you have a bus to catch and your wife is at home…. #essentials

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Taking a little time off the road…and a little time to appreciate the bus life. Shout out to Roger!

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MMXVI Live album & video arrives tomorrow! Grab your copy now at the link in our bio! #DixieChicks

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Hey @LindsayEll… SO cool to jam on #WeWereUs with u!!!! Let's do it again. – KU

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