Up and coming Texas artist William Beckmann has once again proved he is a name everyone needs to know with his latest single “It’s Still January.”
“It’s Still January” follows September’s well received single, “Damn This Heart Of Mine,” as the second track Beckmann has dropped from his highly anticipated forthcoming record dropping this summer.
Written by country songwriting legend Keith Gattis, it’s a true country tune in which the narrator struggles to get over a failed relationship… perfect fit for Beckmann’s crooning vocals.
Hailing from the border town of Del Rio, TX, William Beckmann has quickly made a name for himself on the Texas music scene following his debut album Outskirts of Town hit streaming platforms in 2018. Steadily honing his craft and growing his fan base ever since, Beckmann really seemed to gain more momentum nationally with the release of his sophomore project Faded Memories last year, and he hasn’t looked back ever since.
Having played support recently for big time artists such as Koe Wetzel, Parker McCollum, Randy Rogers Band, and Wade Bowen, among others, Beckmann has the strong support of the Texas scene behind him, and for good reason.
The young artist has also played his share of big time headlining shows lately, namely at the San Antonio Rodeo and Billy Bob’s in Dallas, as well as making his Grand Ole Opry debut back in March.
As his already impressive resume continues to improve, Beckmann has proved to be one of country music’s most promising up and coming acts, and his latest single “It’s Still January” will only bolster his status.
“It’s Still January”
So as we await more information on his next album, and hopefully some more new music as well, keep on cranking as much William Beckmann as you can. Here are some of my favorites in case you need some inspiration.
“Damn This Heart Of Mine”
“Danced All Night Long”
And while we’re at it, check out this awesome clip Randy Rogers Band posted on Instagram of Beckmann joining them on their classic “In My Arms Instead” at a show recently.