Allan goes to "Pieces"
Monday, April 29, 2013
– Gary Allan stopped by AOL Sessions
for an acoustic performance of his chart climbing single, Pieces.
The track is the second official single from Allan's ninth album, "Set You Free,"following the number one hit, Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain).
Allan performer other songs at the AOL Sessions, which was releassed Thursday, and also sat down for an interview. "I believe you take something from everybody that you meet," said Allan about the inspiration behind the new single.
Allan is on the road through August, playing headlining gigs and festival dates across the U.S. The official music video for Pieces premieres soon.
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