Top 20 Country Countdown

Last updated
Top 20 Country Countdown
StarringNan Kelley
Country of originUnited States
Production
Running time120 minutes
Release
Original network Great American Country
Original release2004 (2004) 
present
External links
[www.greatamericancountry.com/shows/top-20-countdown Website]

Top 20 Country Countdown is a television program that airs on Great American Country (GAC), a United States country music television station. Fans vote for their favorite videos at GACTV.com and the results are counted down every Friday. The show is hosted by Nan Kelley.

Contents

Number 1s

2004

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 16"Remember When" Alan Jackson
January 23"American Soldier" Toby Keith
January 31"There Goes My Life" Kenny Chesney
March 26"It Only Hurts When I'm Breathing" Shania Twain
April 2
May 28"Whiskey Girl"Toby Keith
June 4
June 11"Redneck Woman" Gretchen Wilson
June 18
June 25
July 2
July 9"What It Ain't" Josh Turner
July 16"Live Like You Were Dying" Tim McGraw
July 23
July 30
August 6
August 13"Whiskey Lullaby" Brad Paisley feat. Alison Krauss
August 20
September 3"Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" Big & Rich
September 10"Rough & Ready" Trace Adkins
September 17"Too Much of a Good Thing"Alan Jackson
September 24
October 1"Some Beach" Blake Shelton
October 8
October 15"Suds in the Bucket" Sara Evans
November 26"Party For Two"Shania Twain & Billy Currington
December 3"Come Home Soon" SHeDAISY
December 10"Party For Two"Shania Twain & Billy Currington

2005

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
April 30"Goodbye Time" Blake Shelton
May 7"Making Memories Of Us" Keith Urban
May 28"Goodbye Time"Blake Shelton
June 5
June 11"The Talkin' Song Repair Blues" Alan Jackson
June 18
June 25
July 2"As Good As I Once Was" Toby Keith
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30
August 6"Mississippi Girl" Faith Hill
August 13"Play Something Country" Brooks & Dunn
August 20
August 27"Georgia Rain" Trisha Yearwood
September 24"Best I Ever Had" Gary Allan
October 1"All Jacked Up" Gretchen Wilson
October 8
October 15"Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right" Billy Currington
October 22
October 29"Like We Never Loved At All"Faith Hill feat. Tim McGraw
November 12"Nobody but Me"Blake Shelton
November 19"Like We Never Loved At All"Faith Hill feat. Tim McGraw
November 26"Big Blue Note"Toby Keith
December 3"Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" Joe Nichols
December 10
December 17"Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" Trace Adkins
December 24

2007

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 5"Ladies Love Country Boys" Trace Adkins
January 12"Before He Cheats" Carrie Underwood
January 19"Ladies Love Country Boys"Trace Adkins
January 26
February 2
February 9"Red High Heels" Kellie Pickler
February 16"Ladies Love Country Boys"Trace Adkins
February 23
March 2
March 9
March 16
March 23
March 30
April 6
April 13
April 20
April 27"Don't Make Me" Blake Shelton
May 4
May 11
May 18"Wasted"Carrie Underwood
May 25"I Wonder"Kellie Pickler
June 1
June 8
June 15
June 22
June 29"I Told You So" Keith Urban
July 6"I Wanna Feel Something"Trace Adkins
July 13
July 20
July 27
August 3
August 10
August 17
August 24
August 31"Teardrops on My Guitar" Taylor Swift
September 7"Because of You" Reba McEntire & Kelly Clarkson
September 14
September 21
September 28"The More I Drink"Blake Shelton
October 12"I Got My Game On"Trace Adkins
October 19
October 26
November 2
November 9
November 16
November 23"More Than a Memory" Garth Brooks
November 30
December 7"I Got My Game On"Trace Adkins
December 14
December 21

2008

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 11"So Small" Carrie Underwood
January 18
January 25
February 1
February 8"Stay" Sugarland
February 15"All-American Girl"Carrie Underwood
February 22
February 29
March 7"Small Town Southern Man" Alan Jackson
March 14"I'm Only Me When I'm With You" Taylor Swift
March 21"All-American Girl"Carrie Underwood
March 28
April 4
April 11
April 18
April 25"You're Gonna Miss This" Trace Adkins
May 2
May 9
May 16
May 23
May 30
June 6"Home Blake Shelton
June 13"You're Gonna Miss This"Trace Adkins
June 20
June 27
July 4
July 11"Home"Blake Shelton
July 18
July 25
August 1
August 8
August 15
August 22"Don't You Know You're Beautiful" Kellie Pickler
August 29
September 5
September 12
September 19"Just a Dream"Carrie Underwood
September 26
October 3"Don't You Know You're Beautiful"Kellie Pickler
October 10"Just a Dream"Carrie Underwood
October 17"She Wouldn't Be Gone"Blake Shelton
October 24"Just a Dream"Carrie Underwood
October 31"Don't You Know You're Beautiful"Kellie Pickler
November 7"Muddy Water"Trace Adkins
November 14"Just a Dream"Carrie Underwood
November 21
November 27
December 5
December 12"Muddy Water"Trace Adkins
December 19

2009

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 9"Muddy Water" Trace Adkins
January 16"She Wouldn't Be Gone" Blake Shelton
January 23
January 30
February 6
February 13
February 20
February 27
March 6
March 13
March 20"Belongs to You" Emerson Drive
March 27"She Wouldn't Be Gone"Blake Shelton
April 3"I Told You So" Carrie Underwood
April 10"Marry for Money"Trace Adkins
April 17"I Told You So"Carrie Underwood
April 24"Best Days of Your Life" Kellie Pickler
Taylor Swift
May 1
May 8"I Told You So"Carrie Underwood
May 15
May 22"Best Days of Your Life"Kellie Pickler
May 29"I Told You So"Carrie Underwood
June 5"Best Days of Your Life"Kellie Pickler
June 12
June 19
June 26
July 3
July 10
July 17"People Are Crazy" Billy Currington
July 24
July 31
August 7
August 14
August 21
August 28"Do I" Luke Bryan
September 4
September 11
September 18
September 25
October 2
October 9
October 16"Need You Now" Lady Antebellum
October 23"Didn't You Know How Much I Loved You"Kellie Pickler
October 30"Cowboy Casanova"
(First song to debut at #1)
Carrie Underwood
November 6
November 13
November 20"Fifteen"Taylor Swift
November 27"Cowboy Casanova"Carrie Underwood
December 4
December 11
December 18

2010

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 8"Cowboy Casanova" Carrie Underwood
January 15
January 22"Highway 20 Ride" Zac Brown Band
January 29
February 5
February 12"Cowboy Casanova"Carrie Underwood
February 19"Temporary Home"
February 26
March 5"Highway 20 Ride"Zac Brown Band
March 12
March 19
March 26"Stay Here Forever" Jewel
April 2"Fearless" Taylor Swift
April 9"Temporary Home"Carrie Underwood
April 16
April 23
April 30
May 7
May 14"Highway 20 Ride"Zac Brown Band
May 21"Temporary Home"Carrie Underwood
May 28
June 4
June 11
June 18"Undo It" (Debuted at #1)
June 25
July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30
August 6"Wildflower" The JaneDear Girls
August 13"Undo It"Carrie Underwood
August 20
August 27
September 3
September 10
September 17
September 24"Mine"Taylor Swift
October 1"Undo It"Carrie Underwood
October 8"Mama's Song" (Debuted at #1)
October 15
October 22
October 29
November 5
November 12
November 19
November 26
December 3
December 10
December 17"My Kinda Party" Jason Aldean

2011

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 14"Mama's Song" Carrie Underwood
January 21
January 28
February 4"Best Song Ever" Katie Armiger
February 11
February 18
February 25"Mama's Song"Carrie Underwood
March 4"I Wouldn't Be a Man" Josh Turner
March 11"Best Song Ever"Katie Armiger
March 18"I Wouldn't Be a Man"Josh Turner
March 25"Don't You Wanna Stay"
(from the 2010 CMA Awards)
Jason Aldean
and Kelly Clarkson
April 1
April 8
April 15
April 22
April 29"Without You" Keith Urban
May 6
May 13
May 20"A Little Bit Stronger" Sara Evans
May 27"Honey Bee" Blake Shelton
June 3
June 10"Mean" Taylor Swift
June 17
June 24"Maybe Tonight" Margaret Durante
July 1"Tomorrow" Chris Young
July 8"Honey Bee"Blake Shelton
July 15"Maybe Tonight"Margaret Durante
July 22
July 29
August 5"I Do but Do I"Katie Armiger
August 12
August 19"Wanna Take You Home" Gloriana
August 26
September 2"Sparks Fly"Taylor Swift
September 9"Wanna Take You Home"Gloriana
September 16
September 23"Sparks Fly"Taylor Swift
September 30"Didn't I" James Wesley
October 7
October 14"Remind Me" Brad Paisley
and Carrie Underwood
October 21"I Love You This Big" Scotty McCreery
October 28
November 4
November 11"God Gave Me You"Blake Shelton
November 18"The Trouble with Girls"Scotty McCreery
November 25
December 2
December 9
December 16

2012

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 6"The Trouble with Girls" Scotty McCreery
January 13"Ours" Taylor Swift
January 20"The Trouble With Girls"Scotty McCreery
January 27
February 3
February 10
February 17
February 24
March 2
March 9"So You Don't Have to Love Me Anymore" Alan Jackson
March 16"Over You" Miranda Lambert
March 23"So You Don't Have to Love Me Anymore"Alan Jackson
March 30"Good Girl" Carrie Underwood
April 6
April 13"Wanted" Hunter Hayes
April 20"Good Girl"Carrie Underwood
April 27
May 4
May 11"Wanted"Hunter Hayes
May 18
May 25
June 1"Good Girl"Carrie Underwood
June 8
June 15
June 22
June 29
July 6"Water Tower Town"Scotty McCreery
July 13
July 20
July 27
August 3
August 10"Blown Away"
(Debuted at #1)
Carrie Underwood
August 17
August 24
August 31
September 7
September 14
September 21
September 28
October 5
October 12
October 19"Better In A Black Dress" Katie Armiger
October 26"Blown Away"Carrie Underwood
November 2
November 9
November 16
November 23"Begin Again"Taylor Swift
November 30"A Heart Like Mine" Dwight Yoakam
December 7
December 14"Begin Again"Taylor Swift
December 21"American Heart" Faith Hill

2013

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 11"A Heart Like Mine" Dwight Yoakam
January 18"Home To Me" Sarah Darling
January 25"Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)" Gary Allan
February 1"Begin Again" Taylor Swift
February 8"Two Black Cadillacs" Carrie Underwood
February 15
February 22
March 1"I Drive Your Truck" Lee Brice
March 8"Two Black Cadillacs"Carrie Underwood
March 15"I Drive Your Truck"Lee Brice
March 22
March 29
April 5"She Cranks My Tractor" Dustin Lynch
April 12"Two Black Cadillacs"Carrie Underwood
April 19
April 26
May 3
May 10
May 17"If I Didn't Have You" Thompson Square
May 24"Boys 'Round Here" Blake Shelton
May 31
June 8
June 15
June 22"See You Again"
(Debuted at #1)
Carrie Underwood
June 29
July 6
July 13
July 20
July 27
August 3
August 10
August 17
August 24
August 31
September 7
September 14
September 21
September 28
October 5"See You Tonight" Scotty McCreery
October 12
October 19
October 26
November 2
November 9
November 16"Blue Ridge Mountain Song" Alan Jackson
November 23"See You Tonight"Scotty McCreery
November 30"Blue Ridge Mountain Song"Alan Jackson
December 7"See You Tonight"Scotty McCreery
December 14
December 21

2014

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 10"See You Tonight" Scotty McCreery
January 17"Blue Ridge Mountain Song" Alan Jackson
January 24
January 31"Blown Away Medley (Live)" Carrie Underwood
February 7
February 14"Safe" Katie Armiger
February 21"Blown Away Medley (Live)"Carrie Underwood
February 28
March 7
March 14
March 21
March 28
April 4
April 11
April 18
April 25
May 2
May 9"Automatic" Miranda Lambert
May 16
May 23
May 30
June 6"Who I Am with You" Chris Young
June 13
June 20
June 27"Young In America" Danielle Bradbery
July 4
July 11
July 18"Somethin' Bad" (Debuted at #1)Miranda Lambert
& Carrie Underwood
July 25
August 1
August 8
August 15"Feelin' It"Scotty McCreery
August 22"Somethin' Bad"Miranda Lambert
& Carrie Underwood
August 29"Feelin' It"Scotty McCreery
September 5"Somethin' Bad"Miranda Lambert
& Carrie Underwood
September 12
September 19
September 26
October 3
October 10
October 17
October 24
October 31"Neon Light" Blake Shelton
November 7
November 14
November 21
November 28
December 5"Something In The Water" Carrie Underwood
December 12
December 19

2015

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 9"Something In The Water" Carrie Underwood
January 16
January 23
January 30
February 6"Lonely Tonight" Blake Shelton & Ashley Monroe
February 13
February 20"Talladega" Eric Church
February 27
March 6
March 13"Little Toy Guns" Carrie Underwood
March 20"Lonely Tonight" Blake Shelton & Ashley Monroe
March 27"Little Toy Guns" Carrie Underwood
April 3
April 10"Little Red Wagon" Miranda Lambert
April 17
April 24"Sangria" Blake Shelton
May 1
May 8
May 15"Girl Crush" Little Big Town
September 4"Come Back to Me" Keith Urban
September 11"I'm Comin' Over" Chris Young
September 18"Smoke Break" Carrie Underwood
September 25
October 2
October 9
October 16
October 23
October 30
November 6
November 13
November 20"Southern Belle" Scotty McCreery
November 27
December 4
December 11
December 18
December 25"Smoke Break"

(Top Videos of the Year Countdown)

Carrie Underwood

2016

Issue DateSongArtist(s)
January 1"Smoke Break"

(Top Videos of the Year Countdown)

Carrie Underwood
January 8"Southern Belle" Scotty McCreery
January 15
January 22
January 29"Die a Happy Man" Thomas Rhett
February 5"Heartbeat" Carrie Underwood
February 12
February 19
February 26
March 4
March 11
March 18"Think of You" Chris Young feat. Cassadee Pope
March 25
April 1
April 8
April 15"Came Here to Forget" Blake Shelton
April 22
April 29
May 6
May 13
May 20
May 27"Church Bells"(Debuted at #1) Carrie Underwood
June 3"Came Here to Forget" Blake Shelton
June 10
June 17
June 24"Church Bells" Carrie Underwood
July 1
July 8
July 15
July 22
July 29
August 5
August 12"She's Got a Way with Words" Blake Shelton
August 19
August 26
September 2
September 9
September 16
September 23
September 30
October 7
October 14"Vice" Miranda Lambert
October 21"She's Got a Way With Words" Blake Shelton
October 28"Vice" Miranda Lambert
November 4
November 11"Dirty Laundry" Carrie Underwood
November 18
November 25
December 2"Vice" Miranda Lambert
December 16 (Christmas Countdown)"What God Wants for Christmas" Darius Rucker

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