Country star Easton Corbin performs at Reno’s Grand Sierra Resort and Casino |

Country star Easton Corbin performs at Reno’s Grand Sierra Resort and Casino

Country star Easton Corbin performs at Reno's Grand Sierra Resort and Casino on Saturday, May 13.
Courtesy / Easton Corbin via Facebook |

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What: Easton Corbin

When: Saturday, May 13, 8 p.m.

Where: Grand Sierra Resort and Casino

Tickets: Start at $22, plus tax and fees


Country superstar Easton Corbin is headed to the region — on Saturday, May 13, the musician takes the stage at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino at 8 p.m.

“Like few recording artists today, the rural Florida native has landed on the secret formula for effortlessly mixing contemporary country with the traditional sounds on which he was raised,” states Corbin’s online biography.

His latest album, “About to Get Real,” exemplifies this ability with his mix of fiddle and steel guitar.

“Songs like earnest Top 10 single ‘Baby Be My Love Song’ and the clever take on romance ‘Guys and Girls’ bring country music into the 21st century, not with jarring genre mash-ups, but with the finesse of producer Carson Chamberlain and the maturity of Easton’s textured voice,” continues the bio.

“‘About to Get Real’ was a great title for this record because I just love what that says. It pretty much explains everything,” Corbin said. “When country fans listen to this album, I want them to take away that, even though the music mixes the modern with the classic, it’s entirely real. Like the music of my heroes, it’s the real deal.”

While “About to Get Real” dropped in 2015, Corbin released his newest single — “A Girl Like You” — in January earlier this year.

Tickets for the country artist’s Reno gig start at $22, plus tax and fees, and are available online via Ticketmaster.

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is located at 2500 E. Second St. Additional information is found at

— Lake Tahoe Action

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