Easton Corbin knows that all eyes in Music City are going to be upon him as he releases his sophomore album, "All Over The Road," this week. After all, the first two singles -- "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll With It" -- from his self-titled 2010 debut both climbed all the way to the top of Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. He admits to there being a little bit of pressure, but he's confident the music on the new project will perform equally well.
"You have a long time to prepare for your first album, and then as the second one comes up, you're out there in the trenches working your first," Corbin told Billboard in an exclusive interview. "A lot of times you don't really have time to come up for air, and start working on the second one as soon as you would like. I did feel a little pressure, since we did have some success. You want to do just as good or better on the next one. I think we did that on this record, I really do."
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