Country stars reveal funniest items on their tour bus

Country artists find all kinds of ways to wile away the long hours between tour stops, including keeping their rolling hotel rooms equipped with the comforts of home. But sometimes those comforts aren't enough. Recently, FOX411 Country asked 10 country hitmakers, from Little Big Town to the Band Perry to reveal the funniest items they keep on their tour buses. 

  • Craig Campbell never leaves home with his visor with built-in spiky hair. On outings when he wants to remain anonymous, he'll go "In-Craig-Nito." Getty Images

  • He's a sports nut, so Darius Rucker has a bus that contains no fewer than seven television sets! Getty Images

  • He's a Florida Gator, so, naturally Easton has a gator head he carries with him on the bus. Getty Images

  • Kellie Pickler makes sure there are plenty of films to watch. "I love comedy; I love scary movies. I'm a big movie girl." Getty Images For Country Thunder

  • Kip Moore says his favorite music to listen to while on the road is Otis Redding. Getty Images

  • It's a wonder Scotty McCreery hasn't had to get a bigger bus! The singer says his is stocked with snacks, including "hot and spicy Cheez-Its" and "maple brown sugar Pop Tarts." Getty Images

  • For the Band Perry (Neil, Kimberly and Reid Perry), TV is a must. And in Kimberly's case, she's it’s "all reality TV, all the time." "Say Yes to the Dress" is a favorite. Getty Images for Big Machine Lab

  • Kristian Bush has a must that isn't all that practical: a record player. Although he acknowledges it isn't played while the bus is in motion. Getty Images for IEBA

  • Love & Theft (Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles) have a time capsule made from a John Wayne lunch box. Eric paid 14.99 for it. Getty Images

  • Little Big Town (Jimi Westbrook, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman and Philip Sweet) travel with their kids, so they've always got lots of toys -- and a princess potty -- on the bus. Getty Images