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Jul 5

Carrie Underwood Remains at No. 1 on Top 20

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

The fans have spoken and Carrie Underwood remains at No. 1 on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown for a third straight week with her new video, “See You Again.” Luke Bryan debuts at No. 9 on the countdown with his new video, “Crash My Party,” while Taylor Swift moves up to lucky 13 with her “Everything Has Changed” video featuring Ed Sheeran. Sheryl Crow makes her first countdown appearance with her new country single, “Easy,” coming in at No. 19.

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Plus, host Nan Kelley had a co-host on this week! Tate Stevens and Nan spent a day at Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, counting down this week’s Top 20 videos while checking out the museum’s unique collection of European automobiles.

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.

This Week’s Chart:

  1. Carrie Underwood – “See You Again”
  2. Tim McGraw w/Taylor Swift ft. Keith Urban – “Highway Don’t Care”
  3. Blake Shelton – “Boys ‘Round Here”
  4. Little Big Town – “Your Side of the Bed”
  5. Tate Stevens – “Power Of A Love Song”
  6. Darius Rucker – “Wagon Wheel”
  7. Gary Allan – “Pieces”
  8. Pistol Annies – “Hush Hush”
  9. Luke Bryan – “Crash My Party”
  10. The Band Perry – “DONE”
  11. Kip Moore – “Hey Pretty Girl”
  12. Lady Antebellum – “Goodbye Town”
  13. Taylor Swift featuring Ed Sheeran – “Everything Has Changed”
  14. Hunter Hayes – “I Want Crazy”
  15. Brad Paisley – “Beat This Summer”
  16. Kacey Musgraves – “Blowin’ Smoke”
  17. Taylor Swift – “22”
  18. Katie Armiger – “Playing With Fire”
  19. Sheryl Crow – “Easy”
  20. Jason Aldean – “1994”


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