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Professional Bull Riders team with Gary Allan

Wednesday, January 20, 2010 – The The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) announced Tuesday a partnership with Gary Allan.

Allan attended the New York City Invitational this past weekend to make the announcement in person that he will kick off the biggest one day event in PBR history, the 2010 Dickies Iron Cowboy Invitational presented by WinStar World Casino, on Feb. 20 with a one-time-only concert in Arlington, Texas. At the 2010 Dickies Iron Cowboy Invitational, Allan will be performing exclusive and never before released music from his upcoming album "Get Off on the Pain," out March 9.

There will also be an increased presence by Allan at all PBR events leading up to the album release, including music from the new album playing during PBR events and various prize giveaways (VIP tickets to an upcoming PBR event, Gary Allan VIP prize packs, CD's and more). PBR and Allan fans will also have the chance to enter to win a trip to the 2010 PBR World Finals in Las Vegas.

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CD review - Ruthless Much of Gary Allan's "Ruthless" leans toward the big, booming production so common in contemporary country today. Even so, Allen also has one of the most compelling male voices in country music; one that more often than not cuts right through all the over embellishments. On top of that, this 13-song collection has far more winners than losers. The biggest and best surprise is one titled "SEX." Yes, it's a song about sex – albeit, without being dirty. ...
CD review - Set You Free Gary Allan sets it straight where his musical universe is at when he starts the disc with the words "That was a tough good bye" in Tough Goodbye. You know this is not going to be an easy, joyful ride throughout these dozen songs mainly constricted to heartache and hurting, just as Allan's past would indicate. A look at the song titles - It Ain't the Whiskey, You Without Me, Hungover Heart - makes that abundantly clear. The number one hit Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain) is a ...
CD review - Get Off on the Pain The title may not evoke pretty images, and Gary Allan makes it clear where he's coming from, starting with the title. This is not the feel-good, pop country infiltrating the country airwaves these days. Life and especially love ain't easy at all, and Allan makes damn sure you know that in case it wasn't absolutely, positively clear. Allan's voice is killer, easily one of country's best, and he utilizes that to great effect here (as usual). There's a tremendous ...

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