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READ: Reactions from Country Music Stars about Hurricane Harvey's

Over the weekend, the southern part of Texas was overwhelmed with destruction as the category-four Hurricane Harvey hit its coast. Now, the storm continues to wreak havoc on the area, bringing even more heavy rain and flooding over the next few days.

Several country stars have taken to social media to express their concern, send prayers to those affected and pitch in where they can.  

Miranda Lambert: "Last show tonight of our European tour. Headed home tomorrow and praying for my home state. I love you Texas."

Lady Antebellum: "Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by Hurricane Harvey." Lady A also released this statement: “We are so sad to have had to cancel our show in Houston tonight. Last night, we played a show up the street in Dallas and all of our merch proceeds will be going towards hurricane relief funds.”

Brad Paisley: "Absolutely love Houston, and can’t believe what I’m seeing on the screen right now."

Chris Young: "Texas has been hit hard by Hurricane Harvey. I’m donating $100,000 to relief efforts and hope you will join me. Gofundme.com/HarveyRelief"

Lee Ann Womack: "Keeping my eye on the hurricane every second. Praying for my East Texas folks."

RaeLynn: "Praying for all my family and friends in Houston and all the areas that will be affected by this hurricane. Love you."

Josh Abbott Band: "As Harvey approaches, the TX coastline is on our hearts. Let us know of opportunities we can assist those affected in areas of devastation."

Blake Shelton: "Praying for all you people done there on Texas coast and inland!!! I can't imagine being in a hurricane!"

Charles Kelley: "Hoping everyone stays safe in Texas right now. Don't mess around with this stuff!"

Chris Janson: "Praying for Texas."

A Thousand Horses: "Thinkin of our Texas friends and praying for yall's safety."

Ryan Hurd: "Be safe, Texas."

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