Ever since it was announced that Easton Corbin was going to be playing Johnny's Steaks and Bar-Be-Que in Salado, Texas, we have been waiting to hear from the artist himself about his tour and new album, "Let's Do Country Right." Once the interview was confirmed, it was no surprise that Corbin wanted to talk experiencing his stage show, and especially about the release of that album earlier this year.

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What may come as a surprise is how excited he if for an outdoor October show in Texas. As a native of Florida, he is well aware of how much of a blessing it is to be able to perform outside this late into the year on a night that Michigan can only dream about on a perfect July day.

Hear Easton Corbin talk about his new concert at Johnny's Outback in Salado, TX.

If you haven't already, it is not too late to grab tickets in advance because we all know there is nothing better on a weekend than enjoying a country concert outside in Central Texas. As a reminder, there will be several listeners enjoying this show absolutely free on the US 105 guest list, and you even had a chance to win entry through our free US 105 App.

Don't forget, the concert season is not over at Johnny's Steaks and Bar-Be-Que in Salado. You can make your plans right now to see Stoney LaRue on October 28th and even purchase tickets for that show while you're enjoying Easton Corbin on Friday night.

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