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Photo -   FILE - This Nov. 8, 2011 file photo shows country singer Gary Allan at the 59th Annual BMI Country Awards in Nashville. Allan was supposed to perform in Atlantic City, N.J., the day after Hurricane Sandy hit. He never made it, but his thoughts remain with victims of the storm, so he's come up with a way to help. Fans can view the video for Allan's new single “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” on the country singer's web site beginning Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, on a special player. The player gives fans a chance to donate to the Red Cross. In return, donors get a free download of the song from Allan's untitled new album due out next year. Scores of artists have reached out to help raise money in the wake of the superstorm, which killed dozens and caused billions of dollars in damage in the northeastern U.S. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)
FILE - This Nov. 8, 2011 file photo shows country singer Gary Allan at the 59th Annual BMI Country Awards in Nashville. Allan was supposed to perform in Atlantic City, N.J., the day after Hurricane Sandy hit. He never made it, but his thoughts remain with victims of the storm, so he's come up with a way to help. Fans can view the video for Allan's new single “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” on the country singer's web site beginning Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, on a special player. The player gives fans a chance to donate to the Red Cross. In return, donors get a free download of the song from Allan's untitled new album due out next year. Scores of artists have reached out to help raise money in the wake of the superstorm, which killed dozens and caused billions of dollars in damage in the northeastern U.S. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country singer Gary Allan was supposed to play Atlantic City, N.J., the day after Hurricane Sandy hit. He never made it, but his thoughts remain with victims of the storm, so he's come up with a way to help.

Fans can view the video for Allan's new single "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)" on his website beginning Tuesday on a special player. The player gives fans a chance to donate to the Red Cross. In return, donors get a free download of the song from Allan's untitled new album due out next year.

Scores of artists have reached out to help raise money in the wake of the superstorm, which killed dozens and did billions of dollars in damage in the northeastern U.S.

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