Nashville recording artist Easton Corbin returned to his hometown of Trenton last week to spend a few days and work on a video documentary “Back to His Roots” with a video crew. While in the area, Easton, who is a 2000 graduate of Trenton High School, spoke at the CARES Banquet at the UF Research/Experiment Station in Live Oak. He also visited with students at the Trenton Ag Department and talked with them about the importance of education, agriculture and their futures. Corbin sang the National Anthem at the Relay For Life, stopped by the Dixie Music Center, where he took lessons. He also spent time with his family members and visited area farmers, before performing at the Suwannee River Jam on Saturday night.