Gary Allan

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Gary Allan Herzberg (born December 5, 1967) is an American country music artist, known professionally as Gary Allan.

Signed to Decca Records in 1996, Allan made his debut on the United States country music scene with the release of his single "Her Man", the lead-off to his gold-certified debut album Used Heart for Sale, which was released in 1996 on Decca Records. A second album, It Would Be You, followed in 1998 on Decca. Allan's third album, Smoke Rings in the Dark, was his first album for MCA Nashville (to which he has been signed ever since) and the first platinum album of his career. Its successors, Alright Guy (2001) and See If I Care (2003), were all certified platinum as well, while 2005's Tough All Over and 2007's Greatest Hits were both certified gold. A seventh studio album, Living Hard, was released later in 2007.

Overall, Allan's nine studio albums and Greatest Hits package have produced 26 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including four that reached Number One: "Man to Man" and "Tough Little Boys" in 2003, "Nothing On but the Radio" in 2004 and "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)" in 2013. Seven more of his singles have reached the Top Ten on this chart as well: "Her Man", "It Would Be You", "Right Where I Need to Be", "The One", "Best I Ever Had" (a cover of a Vertical Horizon song), "Life Ain't Always Beautiful" and "Watching Airplanes".

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Discography

Album

Year Title Rating Releases
1996 Used Heart for Sale 1
1998 It Would Be You 1
1999 Smoke Rings in the Dark 1
2001 Alright Guy 1
2003 See If I Care 1
2005 Tough All Over 1
2007 Living Hard 1
2010 Get Off On The Pain 1
2013 Set You Free 2
Country Hits, Volume 94 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Rating Releases
2007 Greatest Hits Compilation 1

Single

Year Title Rating Releases
2012 Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain) 1

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