Easton Corbin, sadly, has lost his grandfather, Cecil Corbin, who died on Wednesday (Nov. 14) in Trenton, Fla. at the age of 92, according to a statement. There is no information from the family as to his cause of death.

Funeral services for the elder Corbin will be held 11 AM Monday (Nov. 19) at Trenton Church of Christ.

Corbin is in the midst of a series of live dates through the middle of December, with his next scheduled show in Del Mar, Calif. on Nov. 24. There have been no announcements of cancellations; he'll wrap up the year in Anaheim, Calif. on Dec. 16.

The singer made headlines in May for another sad occasion involving his Florida hometown, when he honored the memory of two Trenton police officers who were killed in April. He sang the National Anthem in the officers' honor at an opening ceremony for Trenton's Relay for Life of the Tri-Counties on May 4. At the time, the singer was also presented with a special hometown sign from the mayor's office that reads: "Welcome to Trenton, Home of Nashville Recording Artist Easton Corbin."

Corbin is in the middle of a career shift, having announced in February that he was leaving his longtime label home, Mercury Nashville.

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