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Name:Charlie Allen That Was Then This Was Now 2008 VAG [

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ARTIST: Charlie Allen
TITLE: That Was Then, This Was Now
LABEL: River Run
GENRE: Country
GRABBER: EAC (Secure Mode)
ENCODER: LAME 3.97 / -V2 --vbr-new
QUALITY: 198 Kbps Avg / 44.1 KHz / Joint Stereo
PLAYTIME: 0h 43min 01sec total
SIZE: 61.45MB
RELEASE DATE: 2008-00-00
RIP DATE: 2009-04-19


01. Can't Take Him Out Of Me 3:29
02. I Did This To Me 3:37
03. Why Ask Why 3:23
04. See If I Care 4:04
05. Everything But Me 3:31
06. Good Time Charlie 3:25
07. Proof 3:09
08. Can't Live Without You 4:31
09. She's Still Here 2:50
10. That Was Then, This Is Now 4:04
11. Dollar General 3:09
12. I Don't Have Forever 3:49


Bristol, Tennessee, is a town best known today for its motor speedway. But,
historically, its real claim to fame is as the birthplace of modern Country
music. For it was there that Ralph Peer first recorded The Carter Family and
Jimmie Rodgers - creating what is today known as the “Big Bang” of Country
music. Charlie Allen was born there into a family steeped in Country music.
Allen’s mother, Louise Bouton was a regular on WCYB radio’s “Fun and Farm
Time,” and she is a member of the Bristol Hall of Fame. His father, Charles
D. Bouton, was an artist manager.

Singing and performing was the family business, and Allen and his brothers,
William and Robert, learned from the best. Just as some mothers give their
child a toy to play with, Allen’s mom gave him a broom, and taught him to
pretend that it was a microphone. Eventually, he would learn to play the
guitar, piano, steel guitar and drums. When most of his friends were getting
on a school bus, Allen was getting on a tour bus.

Allen’s uncle, Jim Harless, was also in the music business in Ft. Worth,
Texas. It was there, at age seven, that Allen began to hone his skills as a
singer and performer with his family at the legendary Panther Hall. The stage
was his classroom, and his teachers were the pillars of Country music;
Loretta Lynn, Hank Williams, Jr., Waylon Jennings, and Jerry Lee Lewis, are
just a few of the touring performers that Allen fronted for, and worked with.
It was during this time that Allen signed his first recording contract with
Decca Records.

By age fifteen, Allen was fronting his own group, The Bouton Brothers. They
appeared on various television shows in the Bristol and Kingsport area,
opening for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Charley Pride and others. He also
hosted his own television show, sponsored by Martha White.

Later on, Allen was signed to Parc Records, an independent label and
publishing company with offices in Orlando, Florida, and Nashville. Parc, and
their affiliate, Parc Studios, boasted a stellar list of clients such as The
Backstreet Boys, ‘N Snyc, Britney Spears, and Mariah Carey, among others.
Commuting between Nashville and Orlando, Allen wrote and recorded many songs,
including “Better Said Than Done,” co-written with Earl Thomas Conley. That
song garnered Allen his first critical acclaim from Music Row’s toughest
critic, Robert K. Oermann, who has been an ardent supporter of Allen ever
since. He also made fans of the nationally syndicated radio show hosts, John
Boy and Billy, who had this to say: “We believe that Charlie is destined for
stardom. He has a heart as big as Tennessee and a voice to match it.”

Allen’s latest CD, That Was Then, This Is Now, on River Run Records, was
released on June 17, 2008. Three singles, “See If I Care,” “I Did This To Me”
and “Can’t Take Him Out of Me” have paved the way for the CD, and Allen has
just released his latest single, “Why Ask Why.”

In a recent interview, Allen summed his career up: “When you write a song –
especially when you have a ‘hook’ that speaks to people’s hearts, well,
that’s the thing that keeps you going.” It is this real and genuine
down-to-earth attitude, coupled with a phenomenal talent, that will keep
Charlie Allen’s voice on the radio for a long time to come.

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