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MSR 10-13-18
Midnight Star report 10-13-18

So today I will be bringing you the top 20 country music videos for the week of 10/13/18 with the help of both GAC (Great American Country), CMT (Country Music Television), and even myself.  So let’s get started right now.

Number 20 belongs to Brett Eldredge who is dropping 4 spots this week – 

Love someone.

Number 19 belongs to Sugarland featuring Taylor Swift who are returning to the list this week – Babe.

Number 18 belongs to Brothers Osborne who are dropping 6 spots this week – Shoot me straight.

Number 17 belongs to Russell Dickerson who is new to the list this week – 

Blue Tacoma.

Number 16 belongs to Carly Pearce who is moving up 3 spots this week – 

Hide the wine.

Number 15 belongs to Keith Urban featuring Julia Michaels who are returning to the list this week – Coming home.

Number 14 belongs to Chris Janson who is moving up 4 spots this week – 

Drunk girl.

Number 13 belongs to Eric Church who is dropping 3 spots this week – Desperate man.

Number 12 belongs to Jason Aldean featuring Miranda Lambert who are dropping 4 spots this week – Drowns the whiskey.

Number 11 belongs to Luke Combs who is moving up 2 spots this week – 

She got the best of me.

Number 10 belongs to Maren Morris who is moving up 4 spots this week – Rich.

Number 9 belongs to Kane Brown who is staying in the same spot as last week – Lose it.

Number 8 belongs to Florida Georgia Line who are moving up 3 spots this week – Simple.

Number 7 belongs to Old Dominion who are dropping 5 spots this week – 

Hotel key.

Number 6 belongs to Midland who are staying in the same spot as last week – Burn out.

Number 5 belongs to Cole Swindell who is moving up 10 spots this week – Break up in the end.

Number 4 belongs to Thomas Rhett who is dropping 1 spot this week – 

Life changes.

Number 3 belongs to Luke Bryan who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Sunrise, sunburn, sunset.

Number 2 belongs to Keith Urban who is moving up 5 spots this week – 

Never comin down.

Number 1 belongs to Scotty McCreery who is staying in the top spot for another week – This is it.

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nd that’s a wrap for the top 20 country music videos for the week of 10/13/18 with the help of both GAC (Great American Country), CMT (Country Music Television), and even myself.  Thanks as always goes out to both GAC, & CMT for doing their weekly country music video countdowns.  And thanks as well goes out to you for taking the time to read this weekly list.  See ya all next time.

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CMT 10-13-18

So today I will be bringing you the hottest 20 country music videos for the week of 10/13/18 from CMT (Country Music Television).  So let’s get started right now.

Number 20 belongs to Blake Shelton who is new to the list this week – 

Turnin’ me on.

Number 19 belongs to Mitchell Tenpenny who is new to the list this week – Drunk me.

Number 18 belongs to Carrie Underwood who is moving up 1 spot this week – Love wins.

Number 17 belongs to Jason Aldean featuring Miranda Lambert who are dropping 6 spots this week – Drowns the whiskey.

Number 16 belongs to Kane Brown who is moving up 1 spot this week – Lose it.

Number 15 belongs to Kelsea Ballerini who is staying in the same spot as last week – I hate love songs.

Number 14 belongs to Luke Combs who is moving up 2 spots this week – 

She got the best of me.

Number 13 belongs to Chris Young who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Hangin’ on.

Number 12 belongs to Dylan Scott who is dropping 7 spots this week – Hooked.

Number 11 belongs to Sugarland featuring Taylor Swift who are moving up 1 spot this week – Babe.

Number 10 belongs to Russell Dickerson who is moving up 3 spots this week – Blue Tacoma.

Number 9 belongs to Carly Pearce who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Hide the wine.

Number 8 belongs to Chris Janson who is moving up 1 spot this week – Drunk girl.

Number 7 belongs to Maren Morris who is staying in the same spot as last week – Rich.

Number 6 belongs to Cole Swindell who is moving up 2 spots this week – 

Break up in the end.

Number 5 belongs to Eric Church who is moving up 1 spot this week – Desperate man.

Number 4 belongs to Luke Bryan who is dropping 3 spots this week – 

Sunrise, sunburn, sunset.

Number 3 belongs to Florida Georgia Line who are moving up 1 spot this week – Simple.

Number 2 belongs to Old Dominion who are moving up 1 spot this week – 

Hotel key.


Number 1 belongs to Thomas Rhett who is moving up 1 spot this week to take the top – Life changes.

And that’s a wrap for the hottest 20 country music videos for the week of 10/13/18 from CMT (Country Music Television).  Thanks as always goes out to CMT for doing their weekly country music video countdowns.  And thanks as well goes out to you for taking the time to read this weekly list.  See ya all next time.

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GAC 10-12-18

So today I will be bringing you the top 20 country music videos for the week of 10/12/18 from GAC (Great American Country).  So let’s get started right now.

Number 20 belongs to Florida Georgia Line who are dropping 3 spots this week – Simple.

Number 19 belongs to Dustin Lynch who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Good girl.

Number 18 belongs to Kelsea Ballerini who is returning to the list this week – 

I hate love songs.

Number 17 belongs to Sugarland featuring Taylor Swift who are moving up 2 spots this week – Babe.

Number 16 belongs to Eric Church who is dropping 1 spot this week – Desperate man.

Number 15 belongs to Chase Rice who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Eyes on you.

Number 14 belongs to Darius Rucker featuring Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, & Charles Kelley who are dropping 1 spot this week – Straight to Hell.

Number 13 belongs to Old Dominion who are moving up 1 spot this week – Hotel key.

Number 12 belongs to Brett Eldredge who is dropping 1 spot this week – 

Love someone.

Number 11 belongs to Thomas Rhett who is dropping 1 spot this week – 

Life changes.

Number 10 belongs to Jason Aldean featuring Miranda Lambert who are moving up 2 spots this week – Drowns the whiskey.

Number 9 belongs to Luke Combs who is staying in the same spot as last week – She got the best of me.

Number 8 belongs to Maren Morris who is dropping 1 spot this week – Rich.

Number 7 belongs to Keith Urban who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Never comin down.

Number 6 belongs to Midland who are staying in the same spot as last week – Burn out.

Number 5 belongs to Brothers Osborne who are dropping 1 spot this week – Shoot me straight.

Number 4 belongs to Luke Bryan who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Sunrise, sunburn, sunset.

Number 3 belongs to Carrie Underwood who is dropping 1 spot this week – 

Love wins.

Number 2 belongs to Scotty McCreery who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

This is it.

Number 1 belongs to Kane Brown who is staying in the top spot for another week – Lose it.


And that’s a wrap for the top 20 country music videos for the week of 10/12/18 from GAC (Great American Country).  Thanks as always goes out to GAC for doing their weekly country music video countdowns.  And thanks as well goes out to you for taking the time to read this weekly list.  See ya all next time.

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MSR 10-6-18
Midnight Star Report 10-6-18

So today I will be bringing you the top 20 country music videos for the week of 10/6/18 with the help of both GAC (Great American Country), CMT (Country Music Television), and even myself.  So let’s get started right now.

Number 20 belongs to Miranda Lambert who is dropping 10 spots this week – Keeper of the flame.

Number 19 belongs to Carly Pearce who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Hide the wine.

Number 18 belongs to Chris Janson who is dropping 5 spots this week – 

Drunk girl.

Number 17 belongs to Kelsea Ballerini who is staying in the same spot as last week – I hate love songs.

Number 16 belongs to Brett Eldredge who is new to the list this week – 

Love someone.

Number 15 belongs to Cole Swindell who is returning to the list this week – Break up in the end.

Number 14 belongs to Maren Morris who is staying in the same spot as last week – Rich.

Number 13 belongs to Luke Combs who is moving up 3 spots this week – 

She got the best of me.

Number 12 belongs to Brothers Osborne who are new to the list this week – Shoot me straight.

Number 11 belongs to Florida Georgia Line who are dropping 3 spots this week – Simple.

Number 10 belongs to Eric Church who is moving up 1 spot this week – Desperate man.

Number 9 belongs to Kane Brown who is moving up 3 spots this week – Lose it.

Number 8 belongs to Jason Aldean featuring Miranda Lambert who are dropping 7 spots this week – Drowns the whiskey.

Number 7 belongs to Keith Urban who is new to the list this week – 

Never comin down.

Number 6 belongs to Midland who are moving up 13 spots this week – Burn out.

Number 5 belongs to Dylan Scott who is moving up 1 spot this week – Hooked.

Number 4 belongs to Luke Bryan who is dropping 1 spot this week – Sunrise, sunburn, sunset.

Number 3 belongs to Thomas Rhett who is moving up 1 spot this week – 

Life changes.

Number 2 belongs to Old Dominion who are moving up 3 spots this week – 

Hotel key.

Number 1 belongs to Scotty McCreery who is moving up 1 spot this week to regain the top for the week – This is it.

And that’s a wrap for the top 20 country music videos for the week of 10/6/18 with the help of both GAC (Great American Country), CMT (Country Music Television), and even myself.  Thanks as always goes out to both GAC, & CMT for doing their weekly country music video countdowns.  And thanks as well goes out to you for taking the time to read this weekly list.  See ya all next time.

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