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article imageEaston Corbin talks about his upcoming concerts in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 6, 2014 in Music
Country singer Easton Corbin chatted with me about his upcoming concerts in New York that are taking place this month in Walton and in Buffalo.
On August 16, he will be playing at Walton, New York at the Delaware County Agricultural Fair. "It's going to be fun and I am looking forward to it. I am really excited about it," the humble musician said. "We are going to get out there and do the hits that I have, and we'll do songs from my first and second albums, and people will get to hear some new songs from my third album, so they will get to hear a piece of that as well."
Towards the end of the month, on August 30, he will be performing at the University of Buffalo in Buffalo, New York. "We have been to Buffalo quite a bit and we have a big fan-base up there and we always have a great time there as well, so I am looking forward to that show too," he said.
For Corbin, a difference exists when he sings in the studio vs. performing live. "Live, you are entertaining a crowd up there, but in the studio you are concentrating on your vocals and you are working on a record and you are creating new music that you haven't done before, so that is really exciting. Then, you go out there and perform it for a live audience, and that is what it is all about, and that's the fun part. I enjoy both, since they are definitely different processes," he explained.
On July 21, 2013, Corbin played at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in Long Island, New York, as part of Blake Shelton's "Ten Times Crazier" tour, along with Jana Kramer. "We had a great time at Jones Beach. It's a beautiful setting out there. That was our first stop of that tour out there, so it was very exciting to be a part of that," he said.
Over the last two years, Corbin admitted that many things have happened. "It has been a long road, but it has been a fun one. I have grown as an artist and it has been a great ride so far and hopefully, it will continue," he said.
A Mercury Nashville recording artist, Corbin has loved the country genre of music ever since he was a kid. "I have been singing country music for a long time. Traditional country has real-life lyrics about real-life people and it's about the every-day working man out there and that's what it's all about," he said.
His singles are played regularly on New York's country radio station, Nash FM 94.7. "That's pretty cool," he said. "I am going to go out there and keep recording good music, and put out the best music I can, and keep on making fans."
Each day, Corbin is primarily driven by his dedicated fans out there. "I make music for my fans, and the great thing about country music is that it has some of the most loyal fans. They come out there and they support you every day and that keeps you going and it keeps you fired up," he said.
His proudest moments in his career include playing the Grand Ole Opry for the first time, as well as having his two chart-topping singles "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll With It."
The genuine singer-songwriter concluded our interview expressing his gratitude for his fans. "I always like to tell my fans that I love them very much, and I am grateful for them, and I always want to thank them as much as I can from the bottom of my heart for all of the support that they have given me."
For more information on country singer Easton Corbin and his upcoming tour dates, visit his official website.
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