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Mercury Records’ Easton Corbin is kicking off 2013 in a big way – releasing his brand-new single, “All Over The Road,” to radio this week. The song “All Over The Road” (written by Carson Chamberlain, Ashley Gorley and Wade Kirby) serves as the title track to Corbin’s sophomore album that released in September and is the follow-up to his No. 5 hit “Lovin’ You Is Fun.”
The title track from his album is a song that he’s pretty excited about releasing. Easton shares:
“It’s a feel-good song. It’s one of those songs that on a great day you want to roll down the windows, crank it up and have a good time.”
Mercury Records recording artist Easton Corbin is the cover of Nashville Lifestyles November issue themed “Heroes – Meet Our City’s Most Inspiring Humanitarians.” Corbin’s feature is titled “Southern Gentleman” and has captivating photos by famed photographer Kristen Barlowe to tell the story.
Mercury Records recording artist Easton Corbin‘s highly anticipated second album, titled All Over The Road, is available in stores and on iTunes today. Corbin made an appearance this morning on ABC’s Good Morning America to kick-off release day with a performance of “Lovin’ You Is Fun.” His upcoming appearances include GAC Headline Country on Thursday, September 20th and CMT Insider on Saturday, September 22nd.
In addition to the release of his new album, Easton is announcing his first-ever fan club! With the purchase of his new album, some lucky fans will win a free membership that will grant them full access to the Easton Corbin Fan Club, including the social community, exclusive behind the scenes photos & videos, presale ticketing, meet & greets, merchandise promotions and more! Head on over to eastoncorbin.com to log in and find out more information!
Today at 4pm Central, Easton will be streaming the new album plus a few of his favorites at interactive DJ site Turntable. Head to turntable.fm/turntabletuesday and log in using your Facebook or Twitter information to join!
Check out this special thank you message from Easton below:
Country music star Easton Corbin is the latest artist named as NRA Country’s Artist of the Month. He’ll serve as Artist of the Month for September, just two weeks away from his highly anticipated album “Lovin’ You Is Fun.” He joins some of the biggest names in country music today with his new title; previous artists participating include Justin Moore, Trace Adkins, Craig Morgan, Montgomery Gentry, Sunny Sweeney, Gretchen Wilson, Rodney Atkins, Josh Thompson, Love and Theft, Lee Brice and more!
Easton is helping to celebrate NRA Country’s love of the outdoors, the brave men and women in uniform, and love for family. He shares:
“Growing up in a small Florida town, I have such a love for the outdoors and beauty of our land. I appreciate all the freedoms we enjoy everyday including my love of making music and sharing it with the fans. When traveling throughout the United States, I ride my Harley and am spoiled by taking in the different landscapes, fresh air and wildlife. My name is Easton Corbin and I am NRA Country.”
As part of the September promotion, fans can register to win an Easton Corbin prize pack including: an autographed copy of his brand new CD, 8×10, t-shirt, hat, “Lovin’ You is Fun” vinyl single, and a limited edition hatch show print poster. Fans can also check out a behind the scenes video to get a rare glimpse of Easton in the studio making his new album.
Visit http://nracountry.com/this-is from now through the end of September to check out the video and register to win. Good luck!
Easton Corbin‘s sophomore album, “All Over the Road,” is hitting shelves and iTunes on September 18, 2012. The 11-track new album includes Easton’s fast-rising single, “Loving You Is Fun.”
Why wait until then to reserve your copy of what is sure to be another huge hit for Easton? Click here to pre-order your digital copy of the album today!
Easton Corbin will release his highly anticipated sophomore album titled All Over The Road on September 18 through Mercury Records. The 11-song album includes Corbin’s rising single “Lovin’ You Is Fun.”
‘All Over the Road’ is a fun title…but it’s also actually what we’re doing out there. We’re all over the road trying to get music out to everybody, so I just thought it made sense.
The Florida native’s place in today’s country music world is further cemented by All Over The Road. Corbin stays true to traditional country songs with the title track and “Tulsa Texas.” It is clear to see, and hear, that Corbin’s major influences are Keith Whitley, George Jones, and Merle Haggard.
All Over The Road is Corbin’s follow –up to his self-titled debut album that was released in 2010. The album spawned back-to-back No. 1s with “A Little More country Than That” and “Roll With It.” Corbin was the first male artist in seventeen years to have his first two consecutive singles reach No. 1.
Fans will be able to catch Easton Corbin on certain stops on Brad Paisley’s Virtual Reality Tour this year.
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:
Easton Corbin has been forced to cancel a handful of his shows this month after being told to go on vocal rest by his doctor. He has rescheduled the dates while he recovers from his illness he had been suffering from for a period of time. In a message for his fans, he apologizes for missing the dates and says he can’t wait to get back out on the road to perform.
“I wanted to let all of my fans know that I am truly sorry that I have had to cancel shows this month. I haven’t been feeling well, and after a few doctor visits, they informed me that I needed to rest. I am taking the time to get better and be 100% so that I can go back on the road and do what makes me happy, playing for all of you. Thank you for all of your love and support. Can’t wait to feel better and see all of you out on the road.”
Easton will post the rescheduled dates on his official website as they become available.
July 13th might just be a date Easton Corbin and his team will never forget. He celebrated his first-ever double number one singles in the Nashville BMI offices yesterday. Corbin’s first two singles “I’m A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It” both went number one on the Billboard charts for the first time in 17 years for a solo male country artist. The last artist to pull off this feat was Clay Walker in 1994 with “What’s It To You” and “Live Until I Die.”
“It feels great and one of the most gratifying feelings is having the fans singing along with you. It’s one of those deals where you put out a record, and as your music grows, more people get familiar with it and more and more people sing along with it and that’s what it’s about.” – Easton Corbin to Countryweekly.com
Around 100 industry guests attended the party last night in Corbin’s honor. He accepted plaques from BMI, the Country Music Association (CMA), and his label Universal Music Group. The songwriters were among the guests at the celebration.
Are you an up-and-coming country music singer looking for your big break? Do you want to perform on the same stage on the same night as Easton Corbin, Sara Evans and Rascal Flatts? Here’s your chance!
The Capital Hoedown music festival in Ottawa, Canada is giving independent artists and bands the chance to win the gig of a lifetime. Starting today, Canadian country bands can enter their original country music at CapitalHoedown.net for the chance to perform live on August 13th, 2011 at the LeBreton Flats stage in Ottawa.
Country music fans from coast-to-coast will be voting on their favorite band online to find the next big undiscovered act in Canada. Artists and bands are welcome to use Facebook and Twitter to bring in the votes, and any other social media as online voting begins today as well as submissions. Fan votes will be used to pick the top 40 acts, which will then move on to the semi-finals.
The top three acts will then perform at the Hoedown Showdown Finale live at the Lone Star Texas Restaurant in Ottawa on July 28th, 2011 in front of a judging panel. The panel will select the winner based on creativity, originality, presentation, vocal ability, entertainment value and melody/lyrics.
The winning act will perform with Rascal Flatts, Sara Evans, and Easton Corbin. The Capital Hoedown also has Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, and Kenny Chesney headlining the other two nights of the festival.
Register your band today at CapitalHoedown.net and register as a Showdown Artist. Good luck!