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Easton Corbin Pictures – 2010 Retrospective

2010 was truly a great year for Easton Corbin, and these pictures serve as proof. The country newcomer had just gotten married and was working at a hardware store when his cousin referred him to some label contacts in Nashville. In 2009, he was signed to Mercury Nashville and in March 2010, he released his debut album ‘Easton Corbin.’ The album featured his single ‘A Little More Country Than That,’ which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard’s hot country songs and even peaked at No. 42 in the Billboard top 100 during early 2010.

In the early spring and summer of 2010, the up and coming singer had the experience of a lifetime, opening for country icon Brad Paisley on his ‘H20 World Tour.’ Corbin’s career kept climbing as 2010 neared its end. In October, his second single ‘Roll With It’ also reached No. 1 on the hot country songs. Most recently, Easton Corbin was nominated for an ACM Award for Top New Solo Vocalist. Flip through these Easton Corbin pictures and let us know what you think about the new artist.

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