In 2010, Easton Corbin took country music by storm with the release of his debut single, “A Little More Country Than That” – which quickly hit the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot Country charts and was the first debut single by any country artist to go No. 1 since Dierks Bentley’s “What Was I Thinking” release in 2003. Now, ten years later, Corbin is paying homage to his musical origins with today’s release of an acoustic version “A Little More Country Than That.” Showcasing his innate talent and “rare, glorious voice” (American Songwriter), the acoustic track brings a fresh, new take on the song that put Corbin on the map.
Listen to the acoustic version of “A Little More Country Than That” HERE.
“The feeling of that first number one – there’s nothing like it. It was one of the greatest days of my life,” Corbin told Sounds Like Nashville. “After that, things just kind of took off. I’ve been so fortunate over the past ten years to have the career I do – and the loyalty of fans that continue to show up and listen. I’m so honored that people continue to choose to support me and my music, and I’m excited for them to hear what’s coming.”
About Easton Corbin:
Corbin is as country as it gets. Boasting two No. 1 singles in “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It,” seven top 10 singles, and a slew of awards and nominations, Corbin has been wooing country music fans with his timeless story telling since 2009. The Florida native grew up heavily influenced by classic country artists, not realizing he would soon become one himself. In 2010, Corbin was named the ‘Top New Country Artist’ by Billboard, and his self-titled debut album was named ‘Country Breakthrough Album of the Year’ by iTunes Rewind Best of 2010. Since his debut, Corbin has won several American Country Awards, released two additional studio albums, and stayed true to his “unapologetic and unwavering traditional country sound” (Your Big Sky).