A Little More Country Than That by Easton Corbin

A Little More Country Than That

Song Information

"A Little More Country Than That" is the title of a song written by Joey + Rory's Rory Lee Feek, Wynn Varble, and Don Poythress, and recorded by American country artist Easton Corbin. It was released in August 2009 as Corbin's debut single and is included on his self-titled debut album. In April 2010, the song reached Number One on the country music charts, making Corbin the first male solo artist in seven years to send a debut single to Number One. "A Little More Country Than That" is Corbin's debut release to radio. It is a mid-tempo song featuring accompaniment from acoustic guitar and electric guitar, with fiddle and steel guitar fills. In it, the male narrator lists off various rural themes such as "catching channel cat," each time saying that he is "a little more country than that. Rory Lee Feek, one-half of the duo Joey + Rory, wrote the song with Don Poythress and Wynn Varble while the three were at a writing retreat held at Mickey Newbury's cabin near Nashville, Tennessee. Show video tutorial!

About the Artist

Easton Corbin (born April 12, 1982) is an American country music singer. 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 top 15 hit "I Can't Love You Back". Easton Corbin is a native of Gilchrist County, Florida. He lived on his grandparents' farm following his parents' divorce, and was introduced to country music-themed television programs such as Hee Haw. After taking guitar lessons from session musician Pee Wee Melton at age fourteen, Corbin joined a band, which won an opening slot at a music festival, followed by opening slots for Janie Fricke and Mel McDaniel. Corbin later attended the University of Florida's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and earned an agribusiness degree, before marrying his wife, Briann, on September 2, 2006.
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