Nashville, TN — Oct 29, 2013 — This morning country star Gary Allan earned two American Country Award nominations for his smash hit “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain),” including: Single Of The Year, Male and Video Of The Year, Male.
Allan was in Nashville shooting the video for his new single “It Ain’t The Whiskey” when he heard the news.
Allan said, “I’m pumped “Every Storm” is being recognized by the ACA’s. I’m really proud of the song and the video we made. Stephen Shepard is a genius and I love every video we’ve made together. I’m glad you all like the song as much as Hilary, Matt and I do.”
Allan recently wrapped the co-headline Free And Easy Tour with Sheryl Crow and will continue to headline dates nationwide through the end of the year. Allan’s new single is currently climbing the country radio chart and has quickly become a fan favorite.
Allan will head to the Southwest performing in San Antonio, TX on Nov 15 and Thackerville, OK on Nov 16. Stay tuned to www.garyallan.com for updates.
Gary Allan Performs his new single “Pieces” on Jimmy Kimmel Live on April 3, 2013
There is something very special about that first number one record as a songwriter, and Gary Allan savored that sensation yesterday at a number one party for “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain),” sponsored by BMI and ASCAP, at Sambuca’s Restaurant in Nashville. “I feel like I’ve been in a poker match and I just won,” Allan said, referring to the several years he was in limbo at MCA and not being supported by upper level management. “Mike Dungan (now head of MCA) changed my life when he came over to this label. The support has been amazing for me, and I have the best manager in the world, John Lytle.” Allan co-wrote the song with Hillary Lindsey and Matt Warren, also celebrating his first number one single. Warren came up with the phrase after going through a particularly long stretch of non-creativity. READ MORE