Gary Allan Back on Radio for First Time in a Few Years

“I’m not chasing fame, I just want to keep making great music, I guess, is the difference,” he says.

Gary Allan's latest single, "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)," is climbing the charts, and it looks like it could be his first Top 10 single in five years. "Watching Airplanes" hit No. 2 back in 2007.

And that's OK with Gary.

"I've never really cared about being the latest, greatest thing," Gary told reporters recently.

"I never really fight to be in that inner circle because I think that person won't be around very long.  I think whoever is the latest, greatest thing, that's usually an up and down," he says.

"I'm not chasing fame, I just want to keep making great music, I guess, is the difference.  I could live without the spotlight."

Look for the story behind Gary's "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)" in the Dec. 17 issue  of Country Weekly on stands Dec. 10.

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