Easton Corbin Named Third Artist for Road to RAM Jam

Country music singer Easton Corbin has just been announced as the third artist to participate in the Road To RAM Jam special concert event. The invitation-only concert takes place in Nashville on December 29th, and fans can enter to win tickets to the event by entering on the event’s official website and official Facebook page. Five artists will be part of the private concert. Easton joins previously-announced artists Kellie Pickler and Brantley Gilbert.

Easton will offer a free download of his current single “Lovin’ You Is Fun,” from his upcoming sophomore album “All Over The Road” to fans when they enter the Road To RAM Jam sweepstakes with the links above. The last two Road to RAM Jam artists will be announced later this year, and all five artists will receive a 2012  RAM 1500 Laramie Longhorn truck. Those trucks will be auctioned off in 2013 for various charities chosen by each artist. Proceeds from Easton’s truck sale will benefit The Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund, an organization dedicated to helping children of lost Armed Forces members get through college and university. In 2011, the organization awarded over $1 million USD in scholarships to 240 sons and daughters of American heroes.

 

“I feel so fortunate to be apart of the Road to the Ram Jam series involving three things I am passionate about; trucks, honoring our military and country music,” said Easton. “Growing up on a farm, I learned to love trucks. Driving my new, loaded Laramie Longhorn is great and to be able to auction it off and donate the proceeds to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund is an added bonus. I am looking forward to this program and being a part of the Ram Jam Concert in Nashville in December.”

Check out this video of Easton Corbin on growing up on a farm and why he loves his RAM truck:

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A 26 year-old Canadian girl currently living in England for a culinary career. Fell in love with country music and cooking at a young age, and looks for a way to do both.