Country music star Gary Allan will be hitting the road again for the Gary Allan 2017 tour. Gary Allan hails from La Mirada, California. From an early age he had a passion for music. At only 15 years-old, Allan was offered a recording contract from A&M Records, but his parents turned the deal down so that he could finish his education. After high school Gary was part of a band called Honky Tonk Wranglers, who became respected in the bar and club scene. Promoters even tried to get the band to play bigger venues, but that would have required them to stop playing covers of older country music songs, which did not sit right with Allan.
Gary hit the big leagues in 1996 when he got his first record deal. He was signed to Decca Records and they produced his first album Used Heart For Sale. His album was named “Best of the Month” by Stereo Review. Allan has produced ten records in total over his career so far, the most recent being 2013's Set You Free. 1996's Used Heart For Sale was certified gold by the RIAA. After his first two albums were released, Allan switched recording companies and signed a contract with MCA Nashville. His first platinum album came from his third album, Smoke Rings in the Dark, but his achievements didn’t stop there. The next two albums - Alright Guy and See If I Care also went platinum. Allan's latest album, Set You Free, is a reflection of the trials and tribulations Allan has overcome. Its deep-rooted personal songs has allowed country music fans to see a different side of Gary Allan.
Gary’s voice is similiar to that of Bob Dylan - “raspy and unpolished.” His music is elegant, and his songs "tend toward manly understanding,” states The New York Times. Allan's style aligns with pop-country, like some of his contemporaries, Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line. Allan wants his songs to be soulful and resonate with his fans. Though he has had a hard time getting mainstream radio play, that hasn’t stopped many people from falling in love with his music. So don't delay, buy tickets to one of the hottest country music concerts of the year today! Gary Allan tour tickets are the perfect gift for any country music fan.