“Nothing On But The Radio” by Gary Allan is a composition of Brice Long, Odie Blackmon, and Byron Hill. In June 2004, the song was released as part of Allan’s album “See If I Care.” In December 2004, the song hits number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It would have been Allan’s third and last number 1 hit single. However, in 2013, Allan’s hit song “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” also peaked at number one. At the same time, “Nothing On But The Radio” was also on the 32nd spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. Later on, this song became a part of Allan’s Greatest Hits album. Furthermore, the song received an ASCAP Award in 2005 for being one of the most frequently performed country songs.
Gary Allan‘s “Nothing On But The Radio” talks about how the narrator loves to dance with his partner. After reviewing the song, Deborah Evans Price of Billboard magazine revealed that its lyrics reflect the beginnings of a new relationship. This song is not actually deep, in fact, it’s just fun and highly spirited. She also observed that the song starts with the lead guitar, and its tune can quickly grab people’s attention. Also, the country singer’s voice is just perfect for the song.
Since Gary Allan started his career in the country music industry in 1996, he has established one of the most stable careers. His songs are greatly influenced by the great music from Los Angeles and Nashville. Allan played different roles in his music, including a doting father, a tortured poet, and the leading man.
There are only a few male singers who can quickly grab the attention of female fans, and Gary Allan is one of them. This frisky song is considered one of the sexiest Gary Allan songs. “Nothing On But The Radio” by Gary Allan made its debut at the 52nd spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs.
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