Their wish was granted this week and now America has a new president-elect Donald Trump.
Dixie Chicks‘ Natalie Maines entertained followers online through the results with her cynicism. Her social media commentary on Tuesday (Nov. 8) included a picture of her “I Voted” sticker on her leg.
“Thank God I just stacked a lot of paper before everyone’s too poor to buy concert tickets,” she tweeted. “Let’s all toast to that.”
But for the most part, the genre’s biggest stars have refrained from airing their actual political opinions online. Others joined the conversation with funny unbiased observations.
Personally, Jason Isbell looks forward to hearing how the new political climate will be captured in music.
And to think, yesterday there were artists running low on inspiration.
— Jason Isbell (@JasonIsbell) November 9, 2016
New Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels stated the obvious following the results.
Trump is gonna take a heck of a pay cut
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) November 9, 2016
On election day (Nov. 8), several stars including Underwood, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, RaeLynn, Kristian Bush, Nashville star Connie Britton and “God Bless the U.S.A.” singer Lee Greenwood posted messages after visiting their designated polling places.
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman