Chayce Beckham Net Worth

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Net Worth $ 3,000,000
Real name Chayce Beckham
Source of Wealth Music
Profession Singer
Spouse/Partner /
Date of Birth Jul 16, 1996
Zodiac Cancer
Age 26
Gender Male
Pronoun He/Him
Height 180 cm / 5 ft 10 inch
Nationality American
Siblings Tiffani Beckham and Madison Beckham


Chayce Beckham is a country singer and songwriter best known for winning the American Idol season 19 with his breathtaking and fast-paced performance of his song “23,”. [1]

Moreover, Beckham is the first contestant in the show's history to win with an original composition.

He was born on July 16, 1996, in Apple Valley, California, to Windie Peterson. After the divorce of his parents, Chayce moved in with his mom and his stepfather Terry Beckham, which according to some sources, had a prominent role in his life. The identity of his biological dad is unknown.

His net worth is estimated to be around $3 million in 2022.

Early Life

Before winning the renowned music show American Idol and becoming a recognized star, Chayce Beckham worked as a heavy machinery operator. Still, he always had a soft spot for music.

Some sources state that he started learning to play guitar when he was only three years old.

During his youth, he formed a rogue band named The Sinking Sailors. The band has a few original songs under their belt called: “Take it Slow,” All of the Good Things,” Stressed out,” and many others. Their songs are available on iTunes and Spotify.

Regarding his educational path, Beckham attended Carmel Elementary School in Hesperia, Vanguard Preparatory School, and Sitting Bull Academy in Apple Valley before moving to Glendora High School and continuing at Whitcomb High School, where he graduated.

He has two sisters, Tiffani Beckham and Madison Beckham.

Gaining popularity

Many artists, including Chayce Beckham, get their start on singing reality shows.

Beckham's first audition for the reality show American Idol went incredibly well. His unique voice and talent blew the judges away as he performed “What Brings Life Also Kills” by Kolton Moore and The Clever Few.

From the beginning, Chayce's journey through the show has been smooth and filled with positive encouragement and support.

You sound like the heart of America”; “Chayce, you showed us another level that we did not know out of you, but you need to start leaning on that. If you learn how to channel that rasp and grip, you could be in the top 10”; these were just a few of the many comments the winner of American Idol season 19 gathered throughout the competition.[2]

After many songs, mainly from the country and pop rock genres, Chayce made it to the finale, where he sang his original song 23, and won. Besides receiving the title winner of American Idol, Beckham also got the title of the first competitor to win with an original piece.[3]

Alongside in the grand finale were fellow competitors Grace Kinstler and Willie Spence.

A few of his most impressive performances include “You Should Probably Leave” by Chris Stapleton, “Baby Mine” by Betty Noyes, and “Mama”.

After winning the show, Beckham released the song “Can’t Do Without Me”. In 2022, his single “Tell Me Twice” also came out.

Another accomplishment a year after the show is his debut mini album Doin’ It Right.

His latest single is named “Keeping me up all night,” rolled on August 18, 2022.

Currently, the singer is mostly touring the United States and Canada. You can find the dates and tickets on his official website.[4]

A Full list of Chayce’s Beckham American Idol songs



"What Brings Life Also Kills"

Kolton Moore & The Clever Few

"Hard Times"

Tyler Childers

"July" (with Christina Daugherty)

Noah Cyrus

"You Should Probably Leave"

Chris Stapleton


Ed Sheeran



"Waiting in Vain"

Bob Marley and The Wailers

"(Everything I Do) I Do it For You"

Bryan Adams

"Baby Mine"

Betty Noyes




Chayce Beckham

"Colder Weather"

Zac Brown Band


Chayce Beckham

"You Should Probably Leave"

Chris Stapleton

"Break My Heart Again"

Finneas O'Connell


The Beatles

"Fire Away"

Chris Stapleton

Personal Life

American Idol viewers also get a glimpse into the competitors' private lives besides listening to their incredible performances.

As soon as Beckham was introduced to American Idol, we learned that his mom and stepdad were his most significant support and the main reason for his auditioning.

His mom and biological dad separated, and his mom married Chayce’s stepdad, Terry Beckham.

In the show, Chayce opened up about his struggle with alcohol addiction and self-doubt. He mentions a few hard times, including losing his home, dog, and girlfriend and almost dying in a car crash.

But besides some details mentioned in the show, the singer keeps his private life to himself and is not involved in many scandals.

His relationship status is not known. His social accounts don’t reveal whether the singer is involved in a love relationship.

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Fun Facts about Chayce Beckham

  • He thought he would be a truck driver just like his dad, uncle, and grandfather.
  • He didn’t want to pursue the American Idol.
  • He saw his name written on the golden card the night the winners were announced.[5]


Chayce Beckham was born on July 16, in Apple Valley, California. He was the winner of the 19th season of American Idol.

Beckham is building his career as a country music singer.

His biggest hits are “23”, “Mama,” and “Can’t Do Without Me.”

His net worth is estimated to be around $3 million in 2022.


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  2. Reuter, A. (2022, May 23). 'American idol' alum Chayce Beckham reflects on year after historic win. Retrieved November 8, 2022, from

  3. Americanidol. (2021, February 21). Chayce Beckham sounds like the heart of America! - american idol 2021. Retrieved November 8, 2022, from

  4. Chayce Beckham. (n.d.). Retrieved November 8, 2022, from

  5. BobbyBonesShow. (2021, June 14). Chayce Beckham on the crazy thing that happened during the 'American idol' finale. Retrieved November 8, 2022, from