Easton Corbin is still riding the charts with his current single, "All Over the Road," the title track from his sophomore set, but he's already thinking ahead to album number three.

"I'm always thinking about it," Easton tells The Boot. "I think the creative process should always continue and I'm looking for new songs [and] writing. They say you have a lot of time to prepare the first record, the second record sneaks right up on you. I'm not going to let that happen with the third one."

Easton is also looking ahead to this summer, when he'll open for Blake Shelton on "The Voice" mentor's Ten Times Crazier tour starting in June.

It's a repeat performance for the Florida native, who toured with Blake previously. "My liver is a little bruised ever since then," Easton says, making a joke about Blake's not-so-secret love for the liquor. "I'm still recovering."

It sounds like Easton is also still recovering from an odd moment that happened on stage a while back -- one he's certainly hoping not to replicate this summer.

"I couldn't see because the stage lights are on you," he recalls. "I'm playing my guitar. It's at a fair, everybody's hot and sweaty, and a pair of women's underwear landed right in the middle of my guitar. I just kind of looked at them. I didn't even want to know where they came from. I just flipped my guitar over and let them fall. I didn't even want to touch them. That is not an ideal situation at a hot, sweaty fair."

The Ten Times Crazier tour, which will also feature Jana Kramer, kicks off on July 19 in Virginia Beach, Va., and will continue through October. Easton is in North Carolina and Utah over the next several days. Keep track of his tour schedule here.