Country music singer-songwriter Gary Allan may be Southern California born, but he’s got the heart and voice of a true Nashville country superstar. Allan will perform for one night only at Inn of the Mountain Gods on December 2, 2016.
Allan’s nine studio albums and Greatest Hits package have produced 26 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, Allan draws heavily from what he calls “the evolution of getting better,” mixing honky-tonk bravado and grainy isolation, all the while mining the emotional turf that fuels a life well-lived. Of those 26 hits, five of them reached #1 including “Man to Man,” “Tough Little Boys,” “Nothing on but the Radio,” “Watching Airplanes,” and “Every Storm Runs Out of Rain.”
Other hits you can look forward to hearing include his cover of Vertical Horizon’s “Best I Ever Had” and “Right Where I Need to Be.” His unwavering uniqueness has earned him seven gold albums and three platinum, amongst raves and praises from fans and critics across the world of country.
If his music isn’t enough for you, Allan was also named “Country’s Sexiest Man” in “Country Weekly” magazine’s 2013 poll.
Don’t miss Gary Allan at Inn of the Mountain Gods at 8pm on Friday, December 2. Tickets starting at $30.