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Alright Guy

Gary Allan

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Album Review

Gary Allan's fourth album honors traditional honky tonk and American music without dripping into the sentimentality that bogs down so many of his contemporaries. The singing is better here than on anything he's ever done, and the song selection — ranging from a Todd Snider cover to a nice Bruce Robison-penned closer called "What Would Willie Do" — is sharp and smart. Alright Guy presents a look at country music that bucks tradition while keeping the faith.

Customer Reviews

I'm Doin My Best

I got so drunk i ripped my pants i asked the bouncer for a dance... I woke up at waffle house... she don't know my real name yet. This song says it all BUY IT.

It alsome

I bought this cd for one of the songs that was not even that big.(What I'd Say) and I ended up love the whole cd. This is a great cd for anyone who loves music.

Great CD!

A former girlfreind bought me this CD when it first came out. I listened to it soooo much, it basically got the crap scratched out of it. I had to toss it. Thank god for Itunes...at least for Gary Allan. This is a great CD. It has a little of everything on it, and is not boring! By the way, is 'Man of Me' NOT the sexiest video EVER?!!!

Biography

Born: December 5, 1967 in La Mirada, CA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Gary Allan hit the honky tonk circuit in his native Southern California at the seasoned age of 12. Playing in and out of the smoky, sweaty bars with his dad's band led Allan to follow in his father's footsteps and start his own band. When Allan returned to those same honky tonks with his own combo, the sound was true Bakersfield country: Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, and the rest. Allan spent most of his twenties honing his skills as a new traditionalist country singer; finally, in 1996, he was picked...
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