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They moved to Nashville, Tennessee, on October 14, 2006, where he worked at an Ace Hardware and performed at writers' nights.
A distant cousin who is a professor of entertainment management recommended him to contacts in Nashville.
Easton Corbin knew he wanted to be a country singer well before he learned how to play guitar.
"One of my earliest memories is from when I was three or four," he remembers. That was the only franchise fast food place in the county.
He signed to Mercury Records Nashville in 2009 and released his self-titled debut album in March 2010, featuring the two number one hits "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll with It", as well as the number 14 hit "I Can't Love You Back".
Growing up the smallest county in the state on farmland nestled between two small towns had its advantages. "My grandparents liked to watch the Opry," Easton remembers.
"We'd start Saturday night off with 'Hee Haw' and then 'Opry Backstage' and then 'Opry Live'." It was also at his grandparent's house that he discovered a record player and his father and aunts' left-behind records in a front room.
"I'd always wanted to play and sing, but up until that time I never really did do it in public," he says. We were too young to play bars, but we played everything else." An impromptu audition at a local music store led to a slot on the Suwannee River Jam, a nearby festival that attracts thousands of people and national touring acts.
"It was just me and a guitar in front of a 40-acre field full of people," Easton remembers.