Gary Allan is a singer/songwriter whose style of country music originated in his native California (think Merle Haggard's Bakersfield and Buck Owens move there in the 50s). Allan is a veteran honky-tonk student with a sensitive side. As a young teen, he played in bars with his dads band and learned the ropes. Nashville answered his call and he debuted on record in the latter part of the 90s. Gary Allan, in his own unique way, carved a niche for himself worthy of Icon status, and the eleven songs collected here prove that point.
Gary Allan is a singer/songwriter whose style of country music originated in his native California (think Merle Haggard's Bakersfield and Buck Owens move there in the 50s). Allan is a veteran honky-tonk student with a sensitive side. As a young teen, he played in bars with his dads band and learned the ropes. Nashville answered his call and he debuted on record in the latter part of the 90s. Gary Allan, in his own unique way, carved a niche for himself worthy of Icon status, and the eleven songs collected here prove that point.
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Format: CD
Label: MCAN
Catalog: 1467102
Rel. Date: 03/06/2012
UPC: 602527470856

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Artist: Gary Allan
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Her Man
2. It Would Be You
3. Smoke Rings in the Dark
4. Right Where I Need to Be
5. The One
6. Man to Man
7. Tough Little Boys
8. Nothing on But the Radio
9. Best I Ever Had 1
10. Life Ain't Always Beautiful 1
11. A Feelin' Like That 1
12. Watching Airplanes

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Gary Allan is a singer/songwriter whose style of country music originated in his native California (think Merle Haggard's Bakersfield and Buck Owens move there in the 50s). Allan is a veteran honky-tonk student with a sensitive side. As a young teen, he played in bars with his dads band and learned the ropes. Nashville answered his call and he debuted on record in the latter part of the 90s. Gary Allan, in his own unique way, carved a niche for himself worthy of Icon status, and the eleven songs collected here prove that point.