Friday, September 20, 2013

Scotty McCreery Grabs Top Spot on ToC Top 10 Video Countdown

By Billy Dukes

The streak is over! Scotty McCreery‘s ‘See You Tonight’ video has displaced 10-week champion Kellie Pickler with the new No. 1 video, as decided by fans and Taste of Country readers. That’s not the only shift on the Top 10 list, however. New videos from Luke Bryan and Keith Urban also make an entrance.

‘Little Bit of Everything’ slips in at No. 10 while ‘That’s My Kind of Night’ comes in at No. 9. ‘Someone Somewhere Tonight’ falls to No. 2, followed by Carrie Underwood and Chris Young‘s latest videos. Take a look at the full list of videos on the right before deciding which 10 you’ll vote for next!

Fans can vote for up to 10 videos once every hour until the poll closes next Friday at 12PM ET. The weekly Top 10 will be revealed soon after the poll closes. Videos are retired after six months, or when fans lose interest or when an artist releases a new video for a current single. 

To see the top 10 videos click HERE

Scotty McCreery will be in Shippensburg, PA at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center

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