William Beckmann continues to impress.
The border town crooner from Del Rio, TX may have just released his best song to date with “Tennessee Drinkin.” The third single off of his forthcoming, yet to be named record this summer, “Tennessee Drinkin'” is a cleverly penned and extremely catchy tune that is sure to be coming through your speakers all summer long.
Beckmann provided some insight into the relatable inspiration behind his latest track.
“‘Tennessee Drinkin’ is a song about reminiscing and longing for an old flame. The idea of wanting to be in two places at the same time is something I came up with because I get that feeling often.
I sat down with Jeremy Spillman and Randy Montana and we came up with a storyline. It’s one of my favorite songs on this record to play. It tells a story of a summer fling between two people that didn’t last very long but was still unforgettable.”
Check it out for yourself:
William Beckmann has gained serious momentum over the last couple of years, and as the release of his third record approaches, it is just a matter of time until his career reaches the next level.
With a sound that is loved by everyone on the Texas scene, Beckmann and his music are obviously influenced by his upbringing on the Texas/Mexico border, but it also fits in perfectly with the mainstream Nashville scene, making Beckmann a refreshing opportunity for mainstream success.
With Parker McCollum and Randy Rogers as established, vocal supporters, among plenty of others, Beckmann has received votes of confidence from some of the best artists in the game. And I understand why.
If you liked what you heard with “Tennessee Drinkin’,” then I suggest you give the previous two singles off of his upcoming record a listen as well.
“It’s Still January”
“Damn This Heart of Mine”
And while we’re on the topic, check out William Beckmann’s most popular song to date, “Bourbon Whiskey” off of his 2022 hit record Faded Memories.