One of the greatest country artists of all time, George Strait is wishing everyone a happy Easter.
Strait, who is quite active on social media, took to Instagram on Sunday to make sure everyone hears the message loud and clear. With a classic photo of himself in his trademark cowboy hat, he says “Happy Easter” to all his fans and social media followers. Straight put the post on his Instagram account early Sunday afternoon and it immediately took in a lot of attention from country music fans.
“Happy Easter, everyone!” he says in the post’s caption space.
Within an hour of appearing on his social media page, the post took well over 15,000 “like” and hundreds of comments. Several George Strait fans wished the country legend a happy holiday in return and complimented the photo he chose for the post.
George Strait Interacts With Fans via Social Media
Strait often uses his social media pages to spread a message of joy and love. He also uses it to show off his big sense of humor with the occasional joke from time to time. Strait also uses social media as a tool to interact with his robust fan base and promote his music. He will even occasionally host a contest where fans can win prizes.
He did just that a few weeks ago to celebrate the two-year anniversary of his latest studio album “Honky Tonk Time Machine.”
The album, the country singer’s 30th overall, was put by George Strait in 2019. In honor of the anniversary release date, Straight held a “Honky Tonk Hangout” contest. The album, which contained several memorable songs, was released to the public on March 28, 2019.
The Honky Tonk Hangout is a Facebook community that has more than 35,000 George Strait fans in its membership.
One of the best-selling artists in any genre, Strait’s career spans many decades. There isn’t much out there in the world of country music that Strait has not yet accomplished. Many consider George Strait one of the most influential country artists of all time and has the recognition to back it up. He’s sold more than 100 million albums worldwide and is still going strong at the age of 68.