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Nov 30

Dwight Yoakam Grabs the No. 1 Spot on Top 20

Santa Claus & Nan Kelley

Santa Claus & GAC host Nan Kelley.

Sleigh bells are ringing on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown! Host Nan Kelley scored an exclusive interview with Santa Claus himself! She hitched up the Top 20 sleigh and paid him a visit at his Wonderland in Nashville’s Bass Pro Shop.

Back in the studio, Lady Antebellum stopped by to dish on their On This Winter’s Night concert special premiering December 5 at 8p|7c on GAC. Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott explained why they kept some holiday songs classic but gave others the Lady A treatment, while Dave Haywood shared what fans can expect from their holiday special. Miss Friday night’s premiere? Check the schedule for airtimes. Full schedule »

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On the chart this week, Dwight Yoakam jumps from No. 20 all the way to No. 1 with his new video, “A Heart Like Mine,” bumping Taylor Swift to No. 2 with “Begin Again.” Little Big Town’s “Tornado” makes its countdown debut, entering the chart at No. 7, while Lady Antebellum jumps several spots with their new holiday video, “A Holly Jolly Christmas.”

This Week’s Chart:

1. Dwight Yoakam – “A Heart Like Mine”
2. Taylor Swift – “Begin Again”
3. Taylor Swift – “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
4. Luke Bryan – “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye”
5. Casey James – “Crying On A Suitcase”
6. Faith Hill – “American Heart”
7. Little Big Town – “Tornado”
8. Rascal Flatts – “Come Wake Me Up”
9. Lady Antebellum – “A Holly Jolly Christmas”
10. Justin Moore – “Til My Last Day”
11. Ray Scott – “Those Jeans”
12. Eric Church – “Creepin’”
13.  Tim McGraw – “Truck Yeah”
14. Toby Keith – “I Like Girls That Drink Beer”
15. Kip Moore – “Beer Money”
16. Jason Aldean – “Take A Little Ride”
17. Florida Georgia Line – “Cruise”
18. Kristen Kelly – “Ex-Old Man”
19. Toby Keith – “Hope On The Rocks”
20. Billy Ray Cyrus – “Change My Mind”

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