Easton Corbin At Grand Ole Opry
Growing up on his grandparents' farm in rural Florida, Easton Corbin became hooked on country-themed TV programs like Hee Haw and Opry specials and knew from a very young age that he wanted to be a country musician. He started taking music lessons and joined a band when he was 14. After completing an agribusiness degree at the university of Florida, Corbin moved to Nashville with his wife, where he worked in a hardware store and performed at writers' nights until he was signed by Mercury Records. Success followed soon after, when Corbin's first album, Easton Corbin, led to two No. 1 singles: “A Little More Country Than That” and “I Can't Love You Back.” Easton opened for Brad Paisley on his worldwide tour and made his Opry debut in the spring of 2010.