CMT Top 20 Countdown - Season 4

Thursday 8:00 PM on CMT - Country Music Television Premiered Dec 28, 2001 In Season


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Episode Guide

  • December 29, 2005
    December 29, 2005
    Episode 52
  • December 22, 2005
    December 22, 2005
    Episode 51
  • December 15, 2005
    December 15, 2005
    Episode 50
  • December 08, 2005
    December 08, 2005
    Episode 49
  • December 01, 2005
    December 01, 2005
    Episode 48
  • November 24, 2005
    November 24, 2005
    Episode 47
  • November 17, 2005
    November 17, 2005
    Episode 46
    Top 20 Countdown heads to New York for CMA Awards. Also, Lance Smith premieres new videos from Sara Evans, Jason Aldean, and Brooks & Dunn.
  • November 10, 2005
    November 10, 2005
    Episode 45
    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".
  • November 3, 2005
    November 3, 2005
    Episode 44
    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.
  • October 27, 2005
    October 27, 2005
    Episode 43
    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."
  • October 20, 2005
    October 20, 2005
    Episode 42
    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)".
  • October 13, 2005
    October 13, 2005
    Episode 41
    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".
  • October 6, 2005
    October 6, 2005
    Episode 40
    Lance Smith travels to Reno, Nevada to meet up with Brad Paisley, Sugarland, and Sara Evans on their "Time Well Wasted" tour.
  • September 29, 2005
    September 29, 2005
    Episode 39
    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.
  • September 22, 2005
    September 22, 2005
    Episode 38
    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," a Faith Hill and Tim McGraw duet.
  • September 15, 2005
    September 15, 2005
    Episode 37
    Singers Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert guest host and countdown the top videos from this week with the premiere of Big & Rich's "Comin' to Your Town" and "I Can Only Imagine" from Wynonna.
  • September 8, 2005
    September 8, 2005
    Episode 36
    Trisha Yearwood drops by the studio to talk about her new CD, Jasper County.
  • September 1, 2005
    September 1, 2005
    Episode 35
    Lance Smith welcomes the new group, Little Big Town to the studio and premieres their new single, "Boondocks."
  • August 25, 2005
    August 25, 2005
    Episode 34
    Host Lance Smith will count down this week's hottest videos and welcome country newcomer Jason Aldean to the set. Aldean will drop by to talk about his debut CD and video, and help Smith a few hosting duties.

    Also this week, we'll have three brand new videos:

    Carrie Underwood and Jamie O'Neal -- "Does He Love You," from CMT's 100 Greatest Duets special

    Jessica Simpson and Willie Nelson -- "These Boots Are Made for Walking"

    Kathleen Edwards -- "In State"

  • August 18, 2005
    August 18, 2005
    Episode 33
    Host Lance Smith has another hot week of videos and guests lined up this week. Super duo Brooks & Dunn will drop by to visit, and singer Chris Cagle will stop by to premiere his brand new video, "Miss Me Baby."

    Brooks & Dunn are currently on their Deuces Wild tour with Big & Rich and the Warren Brothers and have a brand new CD hitting stores on Tuesday, Aug. 30.moreless
  • August 11, 2005
    August 11, 2005
    Episode 32
    Host Lance Smith will welcome country stars Billy Currington and Jamie O'Neal to the set of Top Twenty Countdown this week. Currington will be on hand to premiere his new video, "Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right," while O'Neal will talk about her latest video, "Somebody's Hero."
  • August 4, 2005
    August 4, 2005
    Episode 31
    Host Lance Smith is back in the studio this week with a country superstar and a duo who are "barely famous." West Virginia native Brad Paisley dropped by to talk about his latest video, "Alcohol," and the Warren Brothers who stopped in to share some clips from new episodes of their CMT reality show, Barely Famous: The Warren Brothers.moreless
  • July 28, 2005
    July 28, 2005
    Episode 30
    The Dukes of Hazzard movie will hit theaters Friday, Aug. 5, and host Lance Smith just can't resist a chance to hang out with the cast. This week, Smith and the crew headed to New York City to visit with Seann William Scott (Bo Duke), Johnny Knoxville (Luke Duke) and Jessica Simpson (Daisy Duke).

    This episode also has the world premieres of two brand new videos, Rascal Flatts' "Fast Cars & Freedom" and Nickel Creek's "When in Rome."moreless
  • July 21, 2005
    July 21, 2005
    Episode 29
    This week host Lance Smith caught up with country newcomer Miranda Lambert for a special visit. Lambert talked about her latest video, "Bring Me Down," and what's happened for her since the release of her debut CD. Also this week: the world premiere of Gary Allan's new video, "Best I Ever Had."moreless
  • July 14, 2005
    July 14, 2005
    Episode 28
    It's a big city week as Top Twenty Countdown headed to New York City for this week's show. While in the Big Apple, host Lance Smith caught up with the cast of the upcoming movie The Bad News Bears, including Billy Bob Thornton, Marcia Gay Harden, Greg Kinnear and director Richard Linklater.

    Also on this week's show-the world premiere of Montgomery Gentry's latest video, "Something to Be Proud Of."moreless
  • July 7, 2005
    July 7, 2005
    Episode 27
    After a long holiday weekend, host Lance Smith was ready to get back to work and count down the hottest videos on CMT. This week, newcomer and Nashville Star winner Erika Jo dropped by to premiere her debut video, "I Break Things." They also had the world premieres of Alison Krauss & Union Station's "Goodbye Is All We Have" and the Warren Brothers' "Change."moreless
  • June 30, 2005
    June 30, 2005
    Episode 26
    Host Lance Smith had a big show planned for this week as he welcomed newcomer Josh Gracin and bluegrass legend Del McCoury to the set. Gracin premiered his new single, "Stay With Me," while McCoury showed off his video, "She Can't Burn Me Now," that will be part of CMT's Wide Open Country.

    Also in this episode, the world premiere of Craig Morgan's "Redneck Yacht Club"; look back at a recent visit with the sisters of SHeDAISY; the scoop on the Miss America pageant moving to CMT; and talk about our brand new Hazzards in Hollywood sweepstakes.moreless
  • June 23, 2005
    June 23, 2005
    Episode 25
    It's been a big year for newcomer Keith Anderson, who continues to see his debut single, "Pickin' Wildflowers," climb the charts. This week, he stopped by the set of CMT's Top Twenty Countdown to talk with host Lance Smith about all the success he's been experiencing.

    Also this week, two world premiere videos: Pat Green's video, "Baby Doll," as well as country star Sara Evans' latest hit, "Real Fine Place to Start."moreless
  • June 16, 2005
    June 16, 2005
    Episode 24
    After a few weeks on the road, Top Twenty Countdown was back home in the CMT studio. This week, host Lance Smith welcomed sister trio SHeDAISY to the show. The group talked about what's been going on in their career lately and introduced their latest hit, "Don't Worry 'Bout a Thing," to the countdown.

    Also this week, the premiere of Sawyer Brown's "They Don't Understand" and Brooks & Dunn's hot new single, "Play Something Country."moreless
  • June 9th, 2005
    June 9th, 2005
    Episode 23
    This week, Lance Smith and the crew headed to DukesFest in Bristol, Tenn., to hang out with the fans that have stayed true to The Dukes of Hazzard and its stars. Many of the stars from the original TV series dropped by to visit with Smith, and got an upclose look at the General Lee.

    Also in this week's episode, we got to see the premiere Chely Wright's new video, "The River," and a sneak peek at CMT's upcoming CMT Crossroads featuring Ronnie Milsap and Los Lonely Boys as we premiere "More Than Love" from the special.moreless
  • June 2, 2005
    June 2, 2005
    Episode 22
    It was a big week on Top Twenty Countdown as host Lance Smith and the crew headed to the Motor City for Detroit's Downtown Hoedown festival featuring some great country singers. They caught up with country star Jo Dee Messina, as well as new artists Cowboy Troy, Blue County and Rebecca Lynn Howard. They also had the world premiere of Chely Wright's new video, "The River," and this week's hottest videosmoreless
  • May 26, 2005
    May 26, 2005
    Episode 21
    Host Lance Smith and the crew headed to Lowe's Motor Speedway for this week's show to check out one of NASCAR's famous tracks and enjoy the Lowe's Experience. While counting down the Top 20 videos on CMT, Smith got an upclose and personal look at how difficult it is to change tires during a race, headed into the Lowe's Zone set up for fans and chat with NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson.

    Also in this episode there were two brand new videos: Miranda Lambert's "Bring Me Down" and the long-awaited Faith Hill video, "Mississippi Girl."moreless
  • May 19, 2005
    May 19, 2005
    Episode 20
    Superstar Toby Keith stopped by Top Twenty Countdown this week to visit with host Lance Smith and talk about all his new projects and premiere his brand new video, "As Good As I Once Was."

    Among his new projects, Keith's CD, Honkytonk University hit stores Tuesday, May 19, and he'll be featured on two separate CMT specials. CMT Homecoming: Toby Keith in Oklahoma will spotlight Keith's hometown and the folks he grew up around, and Toby's Top 10 Countdown will count down the Top 10 videos he's released, as voted on by the fans. Keith also answered viewer e-mails during both countdown shows.

    Also this week, Smith premiered the latest video by country star Trisha Yearwood. The Georgia native's "Georgia Rain" is her first single and video in a few years.moreless
  • May 12, 2005
    May 12, 2005
    Episode 19
    Country singers Blake Shelton and Bobby Pinson will dropped by the set to visit with Lance Smith. Shelton talked about his cover of Conway Twitty's "Goodbye Time," while Pinson shared what it's like to be a new artist with a debut single.

    They also had two video premieres this week from LeAnn Rimes who released "Probably Wouldn't Be This Way," and Rascal Flatts with "Here's to You."

    CMT News also took fans on the set for Buddy Jewell's latest video, "If She Were Any Other Woman."moreless
  • May 5, 2005
    May 5, 2005
    Episode 18
    Country singer Buddy Jewell will drop by the set this week to talk about his brand new CD, Times Like These, and his latest video, "If She Were Any Other Woman."

    Host Lance Smith will have this week's Top 20 videos currently airing on CMT and two brand new videos. New duo Hanna-McEuen's "Something Like a Broken Heart" will make its CMT debut, and we'll premiere Shania Twain's "I Ain't No Quitter."

    CMT News catches up with newcomer Dierks Bentley on a recent tour stop to talk about his new CD, Modern Day Drifter.moreless
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