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Dec 21

Faith Hill Takes Over At No. 1 On GAC’s Top 20

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Faith Hill photo courtesy of WBR Nashville.

For the last Top 20 Country Countdown of the year and we brought you the best of the best! Host Nan Kelley along with Storme Warren and Suzanne Alexander revisited some of their favorite Top 20 moments, including interviews with Lionel Richie, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Lisa Marie Presley, Garth Brooks and Lady Antebellum! Miss Friday night’s premiere? Check the schedule for airtimes. Full schedule »

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On the chart this week, Faith Hill takes over at No. 1 with “American Heart” while Dwight Yoakam drops down to no. 8. New videos from Gary Allan, Kelly Clarkson with Vince Gill, Sarah Darling and Uncle Kracker all make their countdown debuts.

This Week’s Chart:

1. Faith Hill – “American Heart”
2. Taylor Swift – “Begin Again”
3. Taylor Swift – “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
4. Luke Bryan – “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye”
5. Little Big Town – “Tornado”
6. Lady Antebellum – “A Holly Jolly Christmas”
7. Gary Allan – “Every Storm Runs Out of Rain”
8. Dwight Yoakam – “A Heart Like Mine”
9. Kelly Clarkson with Vince Gill – “Don’t Rush”
10. Toby Keith – “Hope On The Rocks”
11. Sarah Darling – “Home To Me”
12. Rascal Flatts – “Come Wake Me Up”
13. Justin Moore – “Til My Last Day”
14. Ray Scott – “Those Jeans”
15. Uncle Kracker – “Nobody’s Sad On A Saturday”
16. Eric Church – “Creepin’”
17.  Tim McGraw – “Truck Yeah”
18. Florida Georgia Line – “Cruise”
19. Jason Aldean – “That’s The Only Way I Know”
20. Kip Moore – “Beer Money”

Vote for GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown now »

Programming Note: Following  this week’s show, the GAC Top 20 crew is taking a brief holiday break but will be back with the first countdown of 2013 on Friday, Jan. 11. Have a happy and safe holiday and remember to keep voting daily for all your favorite videos!

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