Singer-songwriter and American Idol winner Chayce Beckham made his Grand Ole Opry debut last week.
Beckham performed his newly-Platinum-certified single “23,” which he wrote on entirely on his own and is currently top 20 at country radio. He also performed his tender ballad “Till The Day I Die” to a packed-out audience.
After his performance, Beckham was then surprised on stage with the song’s Platinum plaque by his mom, Windie Peterson, and manager, Kerri Edwards.
“Last night, so many dreams came true because of music,” said Beckham. “It’s been a long, long road, and I’d like to thank everyone who has been on it with me. It’s hard not to be emotional when something you have been working so hard at comes to fruition, and the people who got you there can hand you the award for it on the biggest stage in country music. Because of my family, my team and my fans, I got to step foot into the Circle and sing at the Grand Ole Opry. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.”
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