Chayce Beckham Releases “Tell Me Twice” (Out Now)


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NASHVILLE, TN — (25th March, 2022) — Reigning American Idol winner and “2022 Artist to Watch” (Country NowSounds Like NashvilleCountry SwagMusic Mayhem MagazineChayce Beckham releases the smooth, southern comfort track “Tell Me Twice.” With Chayce’s “raspy, blues-rock voice” (Wide Open Country) front and center, the catchy, easy-listening track boasts a reminiscent 90s Country song vibe from the star who Katy Perry said sounds “like the heart of America.” Listen now HERE.

Beckham will also be performing on ABC’s American Idol this Monday, March 28th at 8/7c (1am BST), as he mentors the remaining hopefuls through Hollywood Week.

“This title was my mom’s idea for me to write because it was something we had said to each other,” says Beckham. “It made me think about all the things in life that you should just do and not have to think twice about it. Growing up I really did learn the value of a dollar because I watched my family work hard for everything we had. This song is a reminder to not take the good things in life for granted and remember to appreciate them.”

After winning American Idol and the hearts of fans across the nation just last year, Beckham released his self-penned track “23” that skyrocketed to the top of numerous viral charts, racking up more than 75 million on-demand streams (and counting).

Now, climbing the Country radio charts with his sensual duet, “Can’t Do Without Me,” with Lindsay Ell, the “rugged, Country crooner” (USA Today) shows the depths of his artistry with the life lessons taught in his new track “Tell Me Twice.”

Written by Beckham with Isley Juber and producer Ross Copperman, the song highlights it’s the simple things in life that are most important, singing:

To take a day off when you need the rest
Loosen up the drag on a two-pound test
Drink a cold beer when the weather’s right
But you don’t got to tell me twice

To spend your time off with the ones you love
And, sending up prayers to the man above
Say you know how it goes

After every low comes a high that’s life
You better hold on and hold on tight
But you don’t have to tell me twice
No, you don’t have to tell me twice

Currently on tour with Jimmie Allen, Beckham is also headlining shows across the country and will join Luke Combs on the road this autumn. For more information and a full list of tour dates, visit

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Chayce Beckham is one of the most buzzed about newcomers in Country music today, having won over millions of hearts while competing on Season 19 of ABC’s American Idol. From the first audition, superstar Katy Perry highlighted how Chayce’s gravely vocals sound like “the heart of America.” Armed with a determination to make something of himself and the unwavering support of his family, Chayce auditioned for the competition show after undergoing a particularly difficult year to ultimately become the first-ever show winner to claim the title with an original song—kickstarting his journey to fulfilling his lifelong dream of becoming a singer, songwriter, and entertainer. With his family, his hometown of Apple Valley and now America behind him, the mellow 25-year-old with an alluring rasp released his debut song, “23.” The song is a semi-autobiographical account of his struggles with alcohol and of the lows it can take on a person. The song quickly shot to the top of both the iTunes Country and All Genre charts and numerous viral charts, racking up more than 75 million on-demand streams (and counting). Now signed to 19 Recordings in partnership with BBR Music Group/Wheelhouse Records and finding his home in Nashville, Chayce’s debut radio single, “Can’t Do Without Me,” a supercharged duet with label-mate Lindsay Ell, is currently climbing the Country radio charts. Ready to share his signature sound with his legions of fans and more new music slated to drop this spring, Chayce just released the first taste of what fans can expect from the “rugged, Country crooner” (USA Today) with the smooth, southern comfort track “Tell Me Twice,” available now. For more information, visit: