“Can’t Do Without Me” singer set to return to ABC’s American Idol this Sunday, April 17 at 8/7c
Reigning American Idol winner and “2022 Artist to Watch” (Country Now, Country Swag, Music Mayhem Magazine, Sounds Like Nashville) Chayce Beckham today releases his highly anticipated debut EP, Doin’ It Right, which follows his supercharged duet with label-mate Lindsay Ell, “Can’t Do Without Me,” that is currently climbing the Country radio charts. With masterful storytelling weaved together by small town charm and back-porch philosophies, Doin’ It Right is Beckham’s first project to release since winning the competition show. The six-pack of songs overflows with strong, energetic choruses and Chayce’s rough, powerhouse vocals, divulging the secrets behind “doin’ life right.” Listen now HERE.
Celebrating the release, Beckham will return to the American Idol stage on ABC this Sunday, April 17 at 8/7c for a powerhouse performance of the title track “Doin’ It Right.”
“Since my season on American Idol, I’ve been busy in Nashville writing songs and touring,” says Beckham. “I tested these songs in front of live audiences last year, and now I’m so excited to have them recorded and ready for you to listen to. I’m really proud of these songs, and I believe they not only tell my story, but they tell stories relatable to everyone going through everyday life.”
The project features the previously released southern comfort track “Tell Me Twice” that E! News praised as “a catchy, easy-listening track that will make you feel like ’90s Country is back” and Billboard lauded as “a catchy, radio-ready track.”
With Chayce’s Beckham’s “gravelly, pristine voice” (Billboard) front and center, the EP’s title track boasts what everyone should have on their bucket list, while “Where The River Goes” gloats about taking in a million dollar view— but not the kind from a high-rise condo.
A sampling of heartbreak, high energy, downhome grooves and a hint of spice, the EP shows the range of its creator. “Talk To Me” taps into Beckham’s sensual side while “Love To Burn” dives into the rush and intoxication of being in love. On the other side of the spectrum, Beckham explores the heaviness of love gone wrong with “I’ll Take The Bar,” which finds an ex-couple dividing the town, their friends and their futures.
The “rugged, Country crooner” (USA Today) co-wrote four of the six tracks, proving “Beckham is the real deal” (Country Swag) and has an innate talent for crafting Country music, as he was working as a forklift operator just one year ago.
Beckham is currently on tour with Jimmie Allen, headlining his own shows across the country and will hit the road with Luke Combs this fall.
Doin’ It Right Track Listing:
- “Where The River Goes” (Chayce Beckham, Brice Long, Ben Hayslip, Jacob Rice)*
- “Doin’ It Right” (Chayce Beckham, Andy Albert, Lindsay Rimes)^
- “Tell Me Twice” (Chayce Beckham, Isley Juber, Ross Copperman)*
- “I’ll Take The Bar” (Jordan Walker)*
- “Talk To Me” (Hillary Lindsey, Will Hoge, Tom Douglas)*
- “Love To Burn” (Chayce Beckham, Ross Copperman, Josh Osborne)*
*Produced by Ross Copperman
^Produced by Ross Copperman and Lindsay Rimes