The top 20 country music videos from the week of May 5, 2005 are shown.
The top 20 country music videos are show from the week of May 12, 2005.
The top 20 music videos from the week of May 19, 2005 are shown.
The top 20 music videos from June 2, 2005 are shown.
The top 20 music videos from June 9, 2005 are shown.
From New York City, Top Twenty Countdown meets up with Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Cowboy Troy and Billy Currington. Also, a premiere of "Like We Never Loved At All," the newest Faith Hill and Tim McGraw duet.
Lance Smith premieres three new videos, "You're Like Comin' Home" by Lonestar, "Big Blue Note" by Toby Keith and "Who You'd Be Today" by Kenny Chesney. Lonestar also stops by the studio to talk about their new album, Comin' Home.
Lance Smith travels to Reno, Nevada to meet up with Brad Paisley, Sugarland, and Sara Evans on their "Time Well Wasted" tour.
Lance Smith talks to Sara Evans about her new album, Real Fine Place, then talks to Billy Currington about his new video and album, Doin' Something Right. Lance also has the premiere of Keith Urban's latest single, "Better Life".
Lance Smith talks to Carrie Underwood about her debut CD and to Jo Dee Messina about what's next for her career. Also, Top Twenty has the premiere of Sugarland's "Just Might (Make Me Believe)".
Lance Smith talks to Faith Hill to talk about her album Fireflies and "Like We Never Loved At All," her latest hit single and video. Lance also talks to Joe Nichols about his latest CD and premieres Lee Ann Womack's new video, "Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago."
Lance Smith heads to Lowe's Motor Speedway with Dale Earnhardt Jr. then talks with Richard and Pattie Petty. Lance also premieres "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town" by Lionel Richie and Kenny Rogers and "Fightin' For" by Cross Canadian Ragweed.
Lance Smith leaves the studio to talk to the cast of the upcoming movie Walk the Line. Also, the premiere of Mongomery Gentry's "She Don't Tell Me To" and Rascal Flatt's "Skin".
Top 20 Countdown heads to New York for CMA Awards. Also, Lance Smith premieres new videos from Sara Evans, Jason Aldean, and Brooks & Dunn.
SHeDAISY and newcomer Danielle Peck visit the set to talk about their new videos, "I'm Taking The Wheel" and "I Don't". Also, Lance Smith debuts Rockie Lynn's newest video, "Lipstick".
Sara Evans drops by the set to co-host this week's countdown with host Lance Smith. Sara also talks to Lance about being spokesperson for the National Eating Disorders Association as well as her upcoming fall tour. Rascal Flatts also drops by the set.
Lance leaves the studio to host the show in Indianapolis, the host city of the NCAA finals. Lance premieres two new videos, Keith Anderson's "Evertime I Hear Your Name" and Bruce Robison's "Virginia," as well as interviews two stars, Carrie Underwood and John Mellencamp.
Miranda Lambert joins Lance Smith to count down this week's top 20 country videos.
Lance Smith heads to Forth Worth, Texas for the Chevy Thunder outdoor concert. There he talks to Luke Bryan and premiere's Keith Urban's new video, "I Told You So."
Lance sits down with Terri Clark to talk about her new single, "Dirty Girl." New videos from Tyler Hilton and The Randy Rogers Band are debuted.
Emerson Drive drops by the studio to talk about their touching new song and video, "Moments." Bon Jovi's newest video, "(You Want To) Make a Memory," is debuted, as well as "Justice for All" by Dale Watson.
Jason Aldean comes by the studio to promote his new album. Trace Adkin's new video, "I Wanna Feel Something", is premiered as well as Crossin' Dixon's "Guitar Slinger."
Newcomer Jake Owen stops by the set. Jack Ingram also drops by to talk about his newest single and video, "Measure of a Man."
Brad Paisley's newest video, "Online," is debuted and the top 20 videos for this week are counted down.
Bull rider Ty Murray and actor Stephen Baldwin host with Lance and give viewers a sneak-peek of CMT's newest series, Ty Murray's Celebrity Bull Riding. Leann Rimes' "Ready for a Miracle" video is debuted, along with Phil Vassar's "This Is My Life" and Cowboy Troy's "Hick Chick."
Vanilla Ice drops by the set to talk with Lance about his experiences as a contestant on Celebrity Bull Riding. Billy Joe Shaver's newest video, "Get Thee Behind Me Satan," is debuted.
Lance talks with Jason Michael Carroll and Trisha Yearwood; get a preview of Keith Urban: Invitation Only and Keith Urban's "Somebody Like You" debuts.
Lance talks with Sen. Hillary Clinton while on the campaign trail in Charlotte, N.C. and talks with Dierks Bentley.
Lance talks to Blake Shelton about his new album Startin' Fires and hit single "She Wouldn't Be Gone."
Kid Rock's latest video for "Roll On" is premiered and get a sneak peek of Lady Antebellum's fans "Lookin' for a Good Time."
Lance counts down the top 20 videos, with special Christmas extras including Gloriana's version of "Silent Night" and the Carter Twins' take on "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow."
Lance counts down the top 20 videos of the week and premieres new videos by Trailer Choir, Jimmy Wayne and Brad Paisley.
Lance counts down the 20 biggest videos from 2009, and bids farewell as he leaves the show to pursue his acting career.
Guest host Katie Cook interviews the cast of The Lovely Bones while counting down this week's top 20 videos.
Jake Owen guest hosts this edition of Top 20 Countdown, with a bonus video by Eli Young Band for "Guinevere"; interviews with Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci and Susan Sarandon from The Lovely Bones, a chat with Blake Shelton, and Josh Turner's insight into his new album.
Lady Antebellum guest hosts this week's edition of Top 20 Countdown, which includes bonus videos from Sarah Buxton and Keith Urban.