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Easton Corbin Brings Country to the House of Blues, Anaheim [Setlist]

Traditional country torch-bearer Easton Corbin played to a packed house Sunday night (November 12th) at the House of Blues, Anaheim.

The venue, in its new location in the Anaheim GardenWalk, benefits from its increased capacity, but still creates an intimate feel for the audience.

Easton played a solid set of his undeniable hits, including “A Little More Country Than That,” “Baby Be My Love Song,” and “Roll With It,” as well as his current single, “A Girl Like You.”

He mashed-up album cut “A Lot to Learn About Livin'” with Jimmy Buffett‘s “Margaritaville,” and even turned Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” into a country song.  His acoustic version of “Tulsa Texas” was an audience favorite, as was the new “Nothing New Under the Neon.”

Easton wrapped up the show with several ’90s country songs that had been influential to him before closing with the #1 single, “All Over the Road.”

Opening the show was local favorite Temecula Road, who dazzled with their cover of the Eagles’ “Desperado” and one that is their “favorite song to perform live,” “Everything Without You.”

 

Setlist:

  1. That’ll Make You Wanna Drink
  2. Lovin’ You Is Fun
  3. Clockwork
  4. Yup
  5. Are You With Me
  6. A Lot to Learn About Livin’/Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffet cover)
  7. A Little More Country Than That
  8. I Can’t Love You Back
  9. A Girl Like You
  10. Love Yourself (Justin Bieber cover)
  11. Nothing New Under the Neon
  12. Tulsa Texas
  13. Roll With It
  14. Baby Be My Love Song
  15. I’m From the Country (Tracy Byrd cover)
  16. Play Something Country (Brooks & Dunn cover)
  17. Should’ve Been a Cowboy (Toby Keith cover)
  18. She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy (Kenny Chesney cover)
  19. All Over the Road

 

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