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Since the release of his first album, Used Heart for Sale, singer Gary Allan has been writing and recording real, traditional country music. He elegantly summed up his idea of what the genre is all about during a 2001 interview: "country music is what happens during the week. Rock n' roll is about what happens at the weekend."
While trying to break into the business, Allan took a job selling cars. One day, a couple found a demo tape of Allan's that he had accidentally left in the glove box of the car they purchased. They were so enamored by his music that they gave him $12,000. The sum allowed Allan to go to Nashville and pursue a musical career.
In the late 1990's, the Californian took a break from releasing albums, and selling Gary Allan tickets, to play rocker Eddie Cochran in a television mini-series. Allan could have been an actor but he feels the process is too monotonous. As of 2013, Allan has released 10 studio albums and charted four number one country music singles.