Born in 2002, Beamer started playing guitar when he was 5 years old, and as he loves to tell his audiences, that was when he first saw Keith Urban in the video “Start A Band” with Brad Paisley. He turned to his Mom and said “I want to learn to play guitar. I want to be just like Keith Urban”. So he got his first guitar and started lessons.
He wrote his first song at the age of 7, and that same year started singing and playing guitar, wowing audiences everywhere he went.
When he was 9, he took first place at the Vancouver P.N.E. ‘Star Showdown’ in the youth category, against contestants from all across British Columbia. He also performed major roles in numerous stage musicals, as well as the 4th lead roll in the Norman Rockwell movie, “A Christmas Tail”.
At just the age of 11, he was awarded the inaugural Penticton Youth Arts Award for ages 25 and under.
In November 2015, he was thrilled to be awarded membership in The Brotherhood Of The Guitar, a group of highly talented musicians from many parts of the world. In addition, he also received a sponsorship from Music Man/Ernie Ball guitars.
His talents received recognition from some major Canadian Country Music artists for whom he got the opening slot, including 3 times each for both George Canyon and Brett Kissel, as well as Aaron Pritchett. He also got to open for Dwight Yoakam in 2018, which started as a 20 minute set and ended up becoming a 65 minute fill in performance to an appreciative audience. U.S. artist Granger Smith also had him as part of his Western Canadian Tour.
Beamer has been writing steadily both on his own and down in Nashville, spending over 2 years with legendary song writer Keith Follese and his wife Adrienne. On July 6th 2018, he released third new single “Roller Coaster” followed up in June 2019 with “I Knew”. Another single “I Want It Now” is next in line in August!