News And Notes
Jun 1

Carrie Underwood Back at No. 1 on Top 20

Carrie Underwood photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

The theme of GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown this week is new!  New videos by Jana Kramer and Rodney Atkins made their countdown debuts and Thompson Square’s latest, “Glass,” got a bit of a makeover, going from black and white to color.

Host Nan Kelley counted down this week’s Top 20 videos, chosen by your votes, and also revealed why Kelly Clarkson’s boyfriend is hurting her creativity. If you missed Friday night’s premiere, check the schedule for re-airs throughout the weekend! Full schedule »

On the chart this week, Carrie Underwood is back at No. 1 with “Good Girl,” swapping places with Hunter Hayes who falls to No. 2 with “Wanted.” The Farm holds steady at No. 3 while Miranda Lambert and Thompson Square round out the Top 5. Chris Youngs “Neon” inches up a few spots to No. 11 and Kip Moore returns to the chart with “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck” at No. 15.

This Week’s Chart:

1. Carrie Underwood – “Good Girl”
2. Hunter Hayes – “Wanted”
3. The Farm – “Home Sweet Home”
4. Miranda Lambert – “Over You”
5. Thompson Square – “Glass”
6. Luke Bryan – “Drunk On You”
7. Keith Urban – “For You”
8. Kelly Clarkson – “Mr. Know It All”
9. Eric Church – “Springsteen”
10. Josh Turner – “Time Is Love”
11. Chris Young – “Neon”
12. Lady Antebellum – “Dancin’ Away With My Heart”
13. Jana Kramer – “Why Ya Wanna”
14. Jason Aldean – “Fly Over States”
15. Kip Moore – “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck”
16. Bucky Covington – “I Wanna Be That Feeling”
17. Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw – “Feel Like A Rock Star”
18. Lionel Richie with Shania Twain – “Endless Love”
19. Rodney Atkins – “He’s Mine”
20. Rascal Flatts – “Banjo”

Vote for GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown now »

GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown premieres every Friday night at 8/7c with re-airs throughout the weekend. Click here for a complete schedule.

 

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