Gary Allan’s “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” would make a dead man cry. But the California-bred crooner is not just a sad sack. His music displays a range of expression; “Nothing on but the Radio” is a perfect two-step ditty, and “Tough Little Boys” is good for a deep nostalgia session.
So what makes Allan such a country music powerhouse? To find out, we spoke with the singer about what constitutes a good country star.
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