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Nov 29

Alan Jackson Is Back at No. 1 on Top 20

Alan Jackson Is Back at No. 1 on Top 20

Alan Jackson photo courtesy of Schmidt Relations.

Alan Jackson returns to No. 1 on on Top 20 Country Countdown with “Blue Ridge Mountain Song,” bumping Scotty McCreery to No. 2 with “See You Tonight.” Keith  Urban and Miranda Lambert have a big debut with “We Were Us,” coming in at No. 3, while Parmalee jumps into the Top 10 with “Carolina.” Jake Owen also makes his countdown debut at No. 20 with his latest video, “Days of Gold.”

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Plus, host Nan Kelley invited viewers into her Nashville kitchen to talk about all things holiday! And back in the studio, she was joined by Sara Evans, who stopped by to talk about her new single, “Slow Me Down,” and its emotional music video.

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. Alan Jackson – “Blue Ridge Mountain Song”
  2. Scotty McCreery – “See You Tonight”
  3. Keith  Urban w/Miranda Lambert – “We Were Us”
  4. Danielle Bradbery – “The Heart of Dixie”
  5. Kenny Rogers w/Dolly Parton – “You Can’t Make Old Friends”
  6. Parmalee – “Carolina”
  7. Luke Bryan – “That’s My Kind of Night”
  8. Sara Evans – “Slow Me Down”
  9. Miranda Lambert – “All Kinds of Kinds”
  10. The Band Perry – “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely”
  11. Joe Nichols – “Sunny and 75”
  12. Hunter Hayes w/Jason Mraz – “Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me”
  13. Zac Brown Band – “Sweet Annie”
  14. Jason Aldean – “Night Train”
  15. Jennifer Nettles – “That Girl”
  16. Dierks Bentley – “I Hold On”
  17. Florida Georgia Line – “Stay”
  18. Kelly Clarkson – “Tie It Up”
  19. Craig Morgan – “Wake Up Lovin’ You”
  20. Jake Owen – “Days of Gold”

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