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Angela and I moved to Tennessee from California in 2003.We had everybody together, six kids in the house—her three and my three [then aged 9 to 15]—and my ex lived just a few blocks away. There was always chaos because we had so many kids, but it was a blast.It's a sexy, but sad song with a universal theme.“It’s just one of those songs you know that when you break up with somebody or it doesn’t work out with somebody and you’re constantly wondering if they ever think about you or they wish it was you," he says.While fans wait for Allan's new album, they can purchase the single now on i Tunes.A devastated Allan put his career on hold, only to find that the best medicine was his music.He poured out his agony in the recording studio, resulting in 2005’s heart-wrenchingly personal album .His talent was evident even at that young age, and at age fifteen, he turned down his first opportunity at a major label record deal, opting to finish school instead.He quickly became a big draw on the local concert scene, playing to overcrowded rooms but refusing to move up to bigger venues that wouldn’t allow him to play the traditional country covers that made up a big chunk of his set.
But I’m glad he did it.” With his recently released greatest hits album topping the country chart, Allan, 39, is currently recording new music and, as he tells CINDY DAMPIER, still trying to make sense of a tragedy he never saw coming. She was a flight attendant, and she was riding home to Dallas. I was going to wait for this big moment and then couldn’t.100 Greatest Men: The Complete List He started off as a new traditionalist with only his raspy voice making him distinctive.But when he embraced his California country roots, he became one of the defining male vocalists of the early 21st Century. He grew up in a musical family, and by age thirteen, he was playing honky-tonks at night with his father.He cut some demos in a small California studio in the early nineties, and the tape caught the interest of BNA Records in Nashville.
But restructuring at the label prevented him from being signed. In an incredible act of fortune, he left a demo tape in a car that was then sold to a wealthy couple.He was an immediate critical success, though radio would bite on only the lead singles of his first two studio albums.“Her Man” from his 1996 debut , released in 1999, struck a deep chord with country music listeners.They enjoyed the tape so much that they gave him ,000, which he then used to make professional demos in Nashville.