Highly Anticipated Debut Album – Bad For Me – Arrives This Friday, April 5
Pre-Order/Pre-Save/Pre-Add HERE

The 2024 CMT Music Awards Nominee Is Currently Headlining His Own “Bad For Me” Tour,
Joining Luke Bryan on His “Mind Of A Country Boy” Tour this Summer

Nominated at this year’s CMT Music Awards for Breakthrough Male Video of the Year, Chayce Beckham scores career-first #1 on both Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase Country charts with his solo-written, PLATINUM single “23.” Streaming over 5.8 MILLION per week with over 391 MILLION total global on-demand streams and more than 10 MILLION YouTube views, the iTunes All Genre #1 song is featured on Beckham’s highly anticipated debut album, Bad For Me, arriving this Friday, April 5 via 19 Recordings/Wheelhouse Records/BMG. Pre-order/pre-save/pre-add the album HERE.

“I still can’t believe or process ’23’ is #1 at country radio,” says Beckham. “I wrote this song when I had nothing to my name. Fast forwarding to now, to living out my dream, I just feel so blessed. I want to shake every single person’s hand that made this possible – thank you.”

As reported by Billboard: “23” is the first Country Airplay #1 written by a single person since Luke Combs’ cover of Tracy Chapman’s self-authored “Fast Car” last July. However, prior to “23,” the last Country Airplay #1  solely written by the soloist who also recorded it was Taylor Swift’s “Ours” in 2012.

Additionally, the Amazon Music “Breakthrough Artist to Watch” and CMT Listen Up artist has solidified himself alongside superstars Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson, as the fourth winner of American Idol to hit the Billboard Country Airplay Top 10. Earning critical acclaim since his history-making Idol win, “Beckham is no doubt a force to be reckoned with, while proving he will leave a scorching mark on the country music genre for years to come” (PopCulture).

Next Big Thing

“a full-fledged country star

“Chayce Beckham’s  debut single is thought-provoking and personal. Frankly, it’s the kind of songwriting country music needs more of.” Taste of Country 

“One of the most buzzed-about newcomers in country music today”
– Parade

“This is a real bonafide musical artist and I see you all over Grammys, everywhere, wherever you want to go” – Katy Perry, ABC’s American Idol

 “Beckham translates television, viral success to the stage…a former American Idol winner and a polished entertainer and vocalist further bolstered his career surge thanks to his viral hit ’23.’”
– Billboard

That ‘way’ he sings could be described in a multitude of ways, from gritty to powerful to achingly relatable. And when words don’t do his talent justice, the music does.”
– People

 “He’s well on his way to finding a permanent spot in the ranks of Nashville’s best and brightest.”
American Songwriter

“Beckham is a powerful, soulful singer, and his gritty style gives his songs a real authenticity.
– Songwriter Universe

 “…Chayce Beckham is a full-blown country music phenom that you need to have on your radar.”
– All Country News 

Currently on his own headlining “Bad For Me” Tour, Beckham will join Luke Bryan on his “Mind Of A Country Boy” Tour this summer. For tickets and all touring updates, visit

Bad For Me Tracklisting:
1. Devil I’ve Been (Chayce Beckham, John Pierce, Lindsay Rimes)
2. Addicted And Clean (Chayce Beckham, Emily Landis, Justin Morgan)
3. Waylon In ‘75 (Jon Randall, Brett James, Parker McCollum, Lee Thomas Miller)
4. Bad For Me (Joe Fox, Randy Montana, Tyler Chambers)
5. Drink You Off My Mind (Chayce Beckham)
​​6. Everything I Need (Chayce Beckham, John Pierce, Lindsay Rimes)
7. Whiskey Country (Chayce Beckham, John Pierce, Lindsay Rimes)
8. Glitter (Joey Hendricks, Mark Trussell, Natalie Hemby)
9. Smokin’ Weed and Drinkin’ Whiskey (Chayce Beckham, Andy Albert, Mark Trussell)
10. Something Worth Holding On To (John Pierce, Brandon Kinney, Micah Wilshire)
11. Mama (Chayce Beckham)
12. If I Had A Week (Chayce Beckham, Scooter Carusoe)
13. 23 (Chayce Beckham)*

Produced by Bart Butler
*Produced by Ross Copperman

Upcoming Tour Dates:
4/4 – Catoosa, OK – Track 5
4/5 – Pocola, OK – Choctaw Casino
4/6 – Manhattan, KS – The Hat
4/11 – Ft Worth, TX -Tannahill’s Tavern and Music Hall
4/12 – Grant, OK – Choctaw Casino
4/13 – Stillwater, OK – Tumbleweed Dance Hall
4/17 – Calgary, AB – Scotiabank Saddledome*
4/18 – Edmonton, AB – Rogers Place*
4/19 – Vancouver, BC – Coastal City Country Fest
4/24 – Saskatoon, SK – SaskTel Centre*
4/25 – Winnipeg, MB – Canada Life Centre*
5/2 – Columbus, OH – The Bluestone
5/3 – Warrendale, PA – Jergels
5/4 – Winchester, VA – Shenandoah Valley Apple Blossom Festival (Discovery Museum)
5/9 – Schenectady, NY – Frog Alley
5/10 – Binghamton, NY – Touch of Texas
5/11 – Jordan,NY – Kegs Canalside
5/16 – Asheville, NC – Salvage Station
5/17 – Barco, NC – Morris Farm
5/18 – Charlotte, NC – Coyote Joe’s
5/23 – Bishop, CA – Mule Days
5/24 – Apple Valley, CA – HillTop Tavern and Inn
6/6 – Fargo, ND – Happy Harry’s Ribfest @ Fargo Dome
6/9 – Greenwood Village, CO – Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre/KYGO
6/14 – Orange Beach, AL – The Wharf Amphitheater*
6/15 – Orange Beach, Al – The Wharf Amphitheater*
6/18 – Alexandria, VA – The Birchmere
6/21 – Buffalo, NY – Taste of Country (Sahlen Field)
6/27 – Cadott, WI – Country Fest 2024
6/29 – Brainerd, MN – Lakes Jam
7/12 – Rhinelander, WI – Hodag Country Festival
7/18 – Ankeny, IA – The District at Prairie Trail
7/19 – New Berlin, IL – Danenberger Family Vineyards
8/9 – Oro Station, Ontario – Boots and Hearts
8/15 – Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center*
8/16 – Montréal, Québec – Parc Jean-Drapeau/ Lasso Fest
8/17 – Atlanta, GA – Truist Park*
8/22 – Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Center*
8/24 – Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Arena*
8/25 – Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field*
10/20 – Sacramento, CA – Discovery Park

*with Luke Bryan