Easton Corbin Parts Ways With Longtime Label, Mercury Nashville

Corbin signed to the label in 2009.

Written by Lauren Laffer
Easton Corbin Parts Ways With Longtime Label, Mercury Nashville
Easton Corbin; Photo by Chapman Baehler

Easton Corbin is about to begin a new chapter in his career after parting ways with his longtime label home, Mercury Nashville, a representative from the label confirmed to Sounds Like Nashville.

The news comes just as Corbin’s latest single, “A Girl Like You” topped off in the Top 10 at country radio.

Corbin, a Florida native, signed with Mercury in 2009 and released his self-titled debut album in March 2010. The project earned him two No.1 songs with “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It.” He released his second album, All Over the Road, in September 2012, which sent to singles to country radio, both of which went to the Top 10.

His final project with Mercury, About to Get Real, debuted in June 2015 and featured the Top 15 “Baby Be My Love Song.” He spent much of 2017 out on the road with Carrie Underwood as part of her Storyteller Tour with The Swon Brothers. Corbin was also featured on Tracy Lawrence’s most recent project, Good Ole Days, on a re-recorded version of “Paint Me A Birmingham.”

No word on when Corbin may release new music, but fans can catch him out singing the hits with a slew of tour dates across the nation. Visit his website for more information.