Tragedy can strike anyone, from a neighbor next door to family members to some of the biggest superstars in the world; no one is exempt. Whether you have a row of Grammys on your mantle or not, losing a loved one or facing another tragic event cuts deeply, and there are several country stars who have endured plenty of hardship in their lifetimes.
Ten years ago today (Dec. 4, 2004), Gary Allan notched his third No. 1 single, 'Nothing on But the Radio.' The song, which was written by Byron Hill, Brice Long and Odie Blackmon, was the third single from his 2003 'See If I Care' album.
Gary Allan's last album, 'Set You Free' was released last year, but it sounds like an appropriate title for his upcoming album as well. The singer is working on a new project, where he says he will finally call the shots.
When the parents of Addie Roberts, a two-year-old girl, found out she was battling Pre-B ALL Leukemia, they never could have imagined they would end up being scammed out of money as well, but that's exactly what happened.
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