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May 10

Carrie Underwood Holds On To No. 1 On Top 20

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood on the set of her video for “Two Black Cadillacs.” Photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

Carrie Underwood remains at No. 1 with “Two Black Cadillacs” on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown this week with Thompson Square and Miranda Lambert rounding out the Top 3. New videos from Hunter Hayes, Brett Eldredge and Tate Stevens make their Top 20 debut!

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Plus, Brett Eldredge and his mom Robin joined host Nan Kelley at Arrington Vineyards just outside of Nashvillle in honor of Mother’s Day. They chatted about Brett’s upcoming debut album, his latest single “Don’t Ya,” and helped out with the wine making process. Check times for re-airs »

And don’t forget, you could win $20,000 in our Top 20 for $20,000 Sweepstakes! Enter daily and watch Top 20 for the answer to this week’s trivia question to be entered to win our weekly $5,000 drawing!

Want to re-watch some of your favorite interviews? Head over to our Top 20 section for videos, photos and more! You can also catch Top 20 Extras, cast your votes and take a look at the current chart to see where your favorite videos land. Visit our Top 20 section »

This Week’s Chart:

  1. Carrie Underwood – “Two Black Cadillacs”
  2. Thompson Square – “If I Didn’t Have You”
  3. Miranda Lambert – “Mama’s Broken Heart”
  4. Blake Shelton – “Sure Be Cool If You Did”
  5. Katie Armiger – “Playing With Fire”
  6. Lady Antebellum – “Downtown”
  7. Taylor Swift – “22”
  8. Darius Rucker – “Wagon Wheel”
  9. Jason Aldean – “1994”
  10. The Band Perry – “DONE”
  11. Luke Bryan – “Buzzkill”
  12. Rascal Flatts – “Changed”
  13. Brad Paisley – “Beat This Summer”
  14. Terri Clark – “I’m Movin’ On”
  15. Ashley Monroe – “Like A Rose”
  16. Kip Moore – “Hey Pretty Girl”
  17. Hunter Hayes – “I Want Crazy”
  18. Kenny Chesney – “Pirate Flag”
  19. Brett Eldredge – “Don’t Ya”
  20. Tate Stevens – “Power Of A Love Song”


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