12 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Simple pleasures come with regularity on Easton Corbin’s self-titled album. This solid debut leans more toward neo-traditional than contemporary. Songs like “Someday When I’m Old” and the reminiscing “Don’t Ask Me About a Woman” show that Corbin’s a superb storyteller: “I got my old guitar and some fishing poles / Baby, fill that cooler with something cold.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Simple pleasures come with regularity on Easton Corbin’s self-titled album. This solid debut leans more toward neo-traditional than contemporary. Songs like “Someday When I’m Old” and the reminiscing “Don’t Ask Me About a Woman” show that Corbin’s a superb storyteller: “I got my old guitar and some fishing poles / Baby, fill that cooler with something cold.”

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