Keith 1I’m not sure what we did before the Internet. But one thing I’m sure of – we didn’t get Christmas greetings from our favorite country artists. At least not like we do today.

If you’ve spent any time on Twitter lately you can’t help but notice tweets like the following:

@WeAreKingston MERRY CHRISTMAS EVE!!!! WE WANTED TO GIVE YOU AN ACOUSTIC VERSION OF LET IT SNOW!! HERE YA GO HOPE YOU LIKE! 🙂 youtu.be/CkTCnDt-w8g

@keithurban Merry Christmas eve! What are your favorite holiday traditions?

@edensedge Merry Christmas everybody 🙂 HB instagr.am/p/ToRxWPB_S0/

small_newsletter_Christmas2012And, if you’re in your e-mail as much as I am, you may has received one or two greetings like this one. Thanks to The Band Perry for this great e-mail Christmas card!

JasonJason Aldean e-mailed Christmas cards, too – and posted one on his facebook page as well. Love the autograph that came along with Jason’s.

I know everyone will be busy on Christmas day, but if you’re close to your computer – or have a phone with Twitter, e-mail and facebook capability – you’ll probably want to stay ‘online’ to look for more holiday greetings from your favorite country artists!

I will be back off and on over the next few days, and after the first of the year, hopefully things will be back to normal here at Country’s Chatter!

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I’m not sure what we did before the Internet. But one thing I’m sure of – we didn’t get Christmas greetings from our favorite country artists. At least not like we do today. If you’ve spent any time on Twitter lately you can’t help but notice tweets like...