Multi-hit singer/songwriter Easton Corbin, releases his new single “Somebody’s Gotta Be Country” TODAY across all digital platforms.
Mercury Nashville recording artist Easton Corbin just notched another hit with “A Girl Like You." The song hit the Top 10 on both the Billboard and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts this week and is still climbing. “A Girl Like You,” written by Ashley Gorley, Jesse Frasure and Rhett Akins, is the first single from his upcoming fourth album which he is in the studio putting finishing touches on. Corbin recruited Gorley and Wade Kirby to produce “A Girl Like You.”
The road warrior and Florida native is back to what he loves most – performing live- with his first shows of 2018 in Carmel, IN (Jan 12) and Mount Clemens, MI (Jan 13) and has upcoming dates in Louisiana, Texas, Illinois, Ohio. Corbin will make two trips back home in February to play at one of his favorite places- the Grand Ole Opry (Feb 20 and Feb 27).
Corbin’s last album About To Get Real was a No. 1 selling album that included his emotional “Are You With Me” and his Top 5 hit “Baby Be My Love Song” and was the followup to his first two successful albums which included his now signature No. 1 hits “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It” as well as the Top 5 hits “Lovin’ You Is Fun” and “All Over The Road.”
Mercury Nashville recording artist Easton Corbin performed the national anthem before Sunday afternoon's (11/5) Tennessee Titans game against the Baltimore Ravens at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN. The Titans won 23-20.
Easton received the invitation of a lifetime to join Bass Pro Shops Founder Johnny Morris for the Grand Opening gala to open the new Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, MO on Wednesday night. The official kickoff of WOW was presented in honor of former president George H.W. Bush.
Corbin joined an elite list of invited guests that include leaders in music, hunting, fishing, racing and conservation including former Presidents George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter.
“I was so honored to be a part of the Grand Opening of the New Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium with all of those prestigious guests,” said Easton Corbin. “My favorite place to be is outside enjoying nature and I have a passion for wildlife and nature conservation. I love what Bass Pro Shops and Johnny Morris does to support wildlife conservation and I’m just happy to have been invited to participate in the opening of this Museum that will also help educate people and give them a little peek at the beauty of the great outdoors.”
The Bass Pro Shops closed for the day to prepare for the evening coat-and-tie gala for conservation leaders and invited guests.
A live televised concert featured Corbin, Oscar-winning actor Kevin Costner and some of country music’s biggest stars and outdoor sports enthusiasts Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, John Anderson, Chris Janson, Tracy Byrd and Craig Morgan performed for the gala crowd.
Simon Roosevelt, the great-great grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt, joined dozens of hunting, fishing, racing and conservation leaders during a VIP preview tour of the massive aquarium and wildlife museum at 500 W. Sunshine St.
Along with Corbin, fishing legends Bill Dance, Jimmy Houston, and Roland and Scott Martinand other top anglers and top hunting legends Jim and Eva Shockey and racing legends Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Stewart and Martin Truex Jr. and others got a sneak peek at the 350,000-square-foot aquarium and museum.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke joined Sen. Roy Blunt, Congressman Billy Long, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens and many other state and local leaders during the official ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The gala was billed as a fundraising event for Wonders of Wildlife, which is a not-for-profit charity foundation.