Win a Signed Copy of Easton Corbin's <i>All Over the Road</i>

UPDATE:  The contest is now closed.  Congratulations to winner Dustin Donahue!

I don’t know about you, but we sure do love us some Easton Corbin here at Country Universe.  His second album All Over the Road drops today, and the current single – the catchy two-step-friendly “Lovin’ You Is Fun” – has already become Corbin’s third Top 10 hit.  For all the Easton Corbin fans among our readers, Country Universe is pleased to offer one autographed copy of All Over the Road to one of our readers.

In keeping with the album’s title, readers can enter the contest by leaving a comment telling us your favorite songs to listen to on the road.  If you’re drawing a blank on that, you can also tell us your

favorite song that Easton Corbin has recorded.

A winner will be chosen via random number generator, and informed via e-mail, so make sure you leave a valid e-mail address (Your e-mail address with not be shared publicly or spammed).  Eligible comments must be submitted by Saturday, September 22, at 11:59 pm EST.  Happy commenting, folks!

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  1. I love listening to Cross Canadian Ragweed while traveling
    My favorite song by Easton is his cover of “Let Alone You” by Blaine Larsen, and “Tulsa Texas” is great

  2. I love listening to anything by Sugarland, Carrie Underwood, or Trace Adkins in the car. My favorite Easton Corbin song is “A little more country than that.”

  3. Couple of my favorite road songs are Dierks’ “Every Mile a Memory” and Dwight’s “Thousand Miles From Nowhere.” Favorite Easton Corbin song is “Roll With It,” which actually fits pretty well on a road song playlist come to think of it.

  4. You’ve gotta have some travel-flavored songs for long trips. “Five o’Clock 500,” “Roll On Eighteen Wheeler,” “Mud on the Tires,” “Drive,” “On the Road,” “Where I Come From,” and “Six Days on the Road” are just a few that come to mind.

    My favorite Easton Corbin song is “Roll with It.”

  5. Seems almost too predictable but I have started many a road trip listening to Willie Nelson’s “On the Road Again”. Also have fond memories of my dad playing Mark Knopfler’s country side project with The Notting Hillbillies on many trips as a kid.

    My favorite Corbin song is also “Roll With It”.

  6. Not to change the subject Ben, but on Sunday night GAC’s show ” Origins” was all about Easton Corbin. During the course of the show they never mentioned that he was married. Although they mentioned several times that he was raised on a farm.

    I am a Corbin fan. In a world where bad music is often passed off as country, his voice and song choices are proof that some real country music might peak through. But shame on his record company, GAC, and Corbin if they are trying to pass him off as single to attract silly girl fans. His music should stand alone and promote itself. All this subterfuge makes wonder about the artist’s intent and focus.

    Just my two cents. I am sorry if it stopped the flow of the conversation.

  7. “In a world where bad music is often passed off as country, his voice and song choices are proof that some real country music might peak through”

    Well said…

    I’ve gotta say all the songs from his first album were all very good as well as his latest single “Loving You is Fun.” Its nice to hear some real country getting played on country stations.

    If I had to pick a songs Id have to go with “Let Alone You” I think it would’ve been a great fourth single from his debut album.

  8. If I’m driving cross country, you can bet I will have all 4 Carrie albums with me. After they finish playing, I would put in REO Speedwagon’s Hits CD. I’ll follow that with some Pitbull :D
    Fav Easton song so far is “A Little More Country Than That.” He sounds so much like George Strait in that song.

  9. I just bought my album today, but an autographed version would be AWESOME!

    One of my favorite driving songs would have to be ‘Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)’ by Dierks Bentley.

    I love just about all of Easton’s songs, to be honest. He’s what I envision modern day country music would sound like in a perfect world…I do like ‘This Far From Memphis’ and ‘Leavin’ a Lonely Town’ from his first album.

  10. Over the summer, while listening to the Canadian country music station that can be heard in Detroit, I got excited whenever “Canadian Girls” by Dean Brody would come on.

    My favorite Easton Corbin song is “Leaving a Lonely Town.”

  11. …hand and glove is a total misfit compared to road-trip and steve earle’s “guitar town” album.

    however, easton corbin’s “a lot to learn about livin'” is still a sure replay on the road. the elementary questions what fish to fry and does it go with tequila or beer never gets old.

  12. Favorite songs – anything from Lady Antebellum or Carrie Underwood. Easton Corbin would definitely be A Little More Country Than That.

  13. I like to start a road trip with Chris LeDoux’s “Life is a Highway”. I’ve enjoyed Easton Corbin’s “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It”.

  14. Favorite driving music is probably Allman Brothers (“Jessica” or “Blue Sky”); if we’re doing country music specific, Dierks’s “Every Mile A Memory” album is a great road album, same with Pat Green’s “Three Days” album. Earlier Garth (“Much Too Young” or “Calling Baton Rouge”) too.

    Favorite Easton is “Roll With It”

  15. If we’re sticking with the driving theme, consider Hal Ketchum’s “Drive On” and Lee Roy Parnell’s “On The Road” to be two of my favorites. As for Easton Corbin, my favorite of his is “I Can’t Love You Back.”

  16. An older road song that I really like is Bobby Bare’s “500 Miles Away From Home”. Other road songs would be “On The Road” by Lee Roy Parnell, “18 Wheels and a Dozen Roses” by Kathy Mattea and “Prisoner Of the Highway” by Ronnie Milsap. Favorite Easton Corbin song is “A Little More Country Than That” so far.

  17. My favorite songs to listen to on the road are
    Don Williams-“Tulsa Time”
    Dixie Chicks-“Long Time Gone”
    Little Big Town-“Somewhere Far Away” and “Welcome to the Family”
    Diamond Rio-“How Your Love Makes Me Feel”

  18. Favorite traeling songs. Hmmmm

    “Six Days On The Road” – Dave Dudley
    “I’ve Been Everywhere” – Hank Snow
    “Heads Carolina Tails California” – Jo Dee Messina

    Favorite Easton Corbin – “A Little More Country Than That”

  19. Favorite songs to listen to on the road.

    Sara Evans: Suds in the Bucket…If this doesn’t make your pedal get pushed the medal with the windows down, I don’t know what song can!

    Johnny Cash: I’ve Been Everywhere

    Garth Brooks: Calling Baton Rouge

  20. My favorite cruising songs are “Heads Carolina Tails California” – Jo Dee Messina, “New Strings” – Miranda Lambert, “My Town” – Montgomery Gentry, “Little Red Rodeo” -Phil Vassar, “Hot In Here” -Rascal Flatts, “Girls Look Hot in Trucks” -Love and Theft, “Turn on the Radio” – Reba McEntire, “How Do You Like Me Now?” – Toby Keith, “There’s More To Me Than You” – Jessica Andrews, “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” – Jake Owen, “Take a Back Road” – R,odney Atkins, “Just Wanna Rock N’ Roll” – Rodney Atkins, “Mississippi Girl” – Faith Hill, “Wild Angels” – Martina McBride, “This City” -Patrick Stump, “The Bridge You Burn” – Reba McEntire, “Time for Me to Fly” -REO Speedwagon, “Have a Nice Day” – Bon Jovi, “Missing Missouri” – Sara Evans, “Anywhere” – Sara Evans, “Rock This Country” – Shania Twain, “Corn Fed” – Shannon Brown, “Passenger Seat” – SheDaisy, “I Don’t Have To Be Me ‘Til Monday” -Steve Azar, “Everyday America” – Sugarland, “Fly Away” – Sugarland, “Just What I Do” – Trick Pony, “Leave the Pieces” – The Wreckers, “Let It Go” Zac Brown Band, “Doing It Our Way” – Gloriana, “Paradise City” – Guns N’ Roses, “Storm Warning” – Hunter Hayes, “Check Yes or No” – George Strait, “Last Lap” Dustin Lynch, “The Good Life” – Donny & Marie Osmond, “Two Doors Down – Live Version” – Dolly Parton, “The Sacrifice” – Dolly Parton, “5-1-5-0” – Dierks Bentley, “Red Light” – David Nail, “What Kinda Gone” – Chris Cagle, “That’s the Way It Is” Celine Dion, “Battlefield” – Jordin Sparks, “One Step at a Time” Jordin Sparks, “Get out of This Town” – Carrie Underwood, “You Can’t Take the Honky Tonk Out of the Girl” – Brooks and Dunn, “Only in America” – Brooks and Dunn, “Foreplay/Long Time” – Boston, “Peace of Mind” – Boston, “Days Go By” – Keith Urban, “Start a Band” – Brad Paisley and Keith Urban, “Long Hot Summer” – Keith Urban, “Rocks Instead of Rice” – Kellie Pickler, “Redneck Side” – Justin Moore, “Back That Thing Up” – Justin Moore.

    My favorite Easton Corbin songs are “All Over the Road” (I really enjoy cruising to this one), “Lovin’ You Is Fun”, “A Little More Country Than That”, “Roll With It”, “That’ll Make You Wanna Drink”, and “The Way Love Looks”.

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