American country music recording artist Easton Corbin originated from the region of Trenton, Florida where he was born on April 12, 1982. As the grandson of farmers, Corbin was raised on a farm and learned the farming trade by at a young age. While in high school, he took a liking to music and learned to play guitar. After high school graduation, he attended the University of Florida where he earned a degree in Agriculture-Business. He married in 2006 and decided to move to Nashville, Tennessee to see if he could land a record deal. While holding down a job at a hardware store and singing in bars at night, he was discovered by Joe Fisher, a senior executive at Mercury Nashville, with whom Corbin signed his first record deal in 2009. In March of 2010, Corbin released his self-titled debut album. The album made an impressive run on the charts after selling almost 400,000 copies. It peaked at No. 4 on the US Billboard Country Albums Chart and No. 10 on the Billboard 200. Much of the album's success can be attributed to the release of two No. 1 hit singles, "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll With It", both of which ended up certified gold. With so much promise, Corbin went back to the studio and recorded his follow-up album, All Over the Road. The new album was released in September of 2012. While it failed to pull in the kind of numbers established by his debut album, it still managed to peak at No. 4 on the Country Albums Chart. Also, the title track and "Lovin' You Is Fun" managed to crack into the top 10 singles.