Gary Allan’s new album release date moved up two months
Set now set to hit stores in January
Thanks to the success of Gary Allan’s current single, “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain),” record label MCA Nashville has moved up the release date his new album, “Set You Free,” to Jan. 22, 2013. The album was originally scheduled for release in March. The lead single moves into the top 10 this week on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart and is approaching half a million in download sales.
On the new album, Allan co-wrote five of the 12 tracks, including the single, and he also played guitar on the album for the first time in his career. Allan also opted to use his road band rather than studio musicians for a portion of the recording. Additionally, the singer shares co-producer credits on the project with thee other producers. He helmed three songs alongside producer Mark Wright, and co-produced four songs with Greg Droman. Hot producer Jay Joyce produced five additional tracks on his own.
Here’s the album’s full track listing along with songwriter and producer credits:
1.“Tough Goodbye” – Josh Thompson/Tony Martin (Produced by Jay Joyce)
2. “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)"- Gary Allan/Matt Warren/Hillary Lindsey (Produced by Allan/Droman)
3. “Bones” – Keith Gattis (Produced by Allan/Droman)
4. “It Ain’t The Whiskey” – Greg Barnhill/Jim Daddario/Cole Degges (Produced by Jay Joyce)
5. “Sand In My Soul” – The Warren Brothers/Blair Daily (Produced by Allan/Droman)
6. “You Without Me” – Gary Allan/John Lancaster/Rachel Proctor (Produced by Allan/Droman)
7. “One More Time” – Gary Allan/Matt Warren/Hillary Lindsey (Produced by Jay Joyce)
8. “Hungover Heart” – Matt Warren/James LeBlanc (Produced by Allan/Wright)
9. “No Worries” – Gary Allan/Odie Blackmon/Pat McLaughlin (Produced by Allan/Wright)
10. “Drop” – Joel Shewmake/ Bruce Wallace/Brian White (Produced by Jay Joyce)
11. “Pieces” – Gary Allan/Odie Blackman /Sarah Buxton (Produced Jay Joyce)
12. “Good As New” – Pat McLaughlin/ Billy Burnette (Produced by Allan/Wright)
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Veteran entertainment journalist Phyllis Stark has been reporting extensively on the music industry for two decades. As a freelance writer, her work appears regularly in numerous publications and sites. She previously was Nashville Bureau Chief at Billboard magazine.