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Sep 13

Carrie Underwood Makes It 13 Weeks at No. 1 on Top 20

Carrie Underwood Makes It 13 Weeks at No. 1 on Top 20

Carrie Underwood photo courtesy of Schmidt Relations.

Carrie Underwood has topped GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown chart with “See You Again” for 13 weeks in a row! Phil Vassar has a big debut, coming in at No. 5 with his new video, “Love Is Alive,” while Laura Bell Bundy’s “Two Step” debuts on the countdown at No. 20.

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Host Nan Kelley headed to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium for the 7th Annual ACM Honors. She worked the red carpet, catching up with the night’s host, Dierks Bentley, along with others about the special event. Plus, Chris Young dropped by the studio to talk about his new album, A.M., out September 17.

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. Chris Young – “Aw Naw”
  3. Keith Urban – “Little Bit of Everything”
  4. Kellie Pickler – “Someone Somewhere Tonight”
  5. Phil Vassar – “Love Is Alive”
  6. Luke Bryan – “Crash My Party”
  7. Kelly Clarkson – “Tie It Up”
  8. Miranda Lambert – “All Kinds of Kinds”
  9. Thompson Square – “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking”
  10. Billy Currington – “Hey Girl”
  11. Cassadee Pope – “Wasting All These Tears”
  12. Luke Bryan – “That’s My Kind of Night”
  13. Jason Aldean – “Night Train”
  14. Gary Allan – “Pieces”
  15. Taylor Swift – “Red”
  16. Jimmy Buffett w/Toby Keith – “Too Drunk To Karaoke”
  17. Tim McGraw – “Southern Girl”
  18. Joe Nichols – “Sunny and 75”
  19. Brett Eldredge – “Don’t Ya”
  20. Laura Bell Bundy – “Two Step”

 

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