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 his first lessons.
At the age of 7, he was accepted as a contestant in the “Our Kids Have Talent” competition for ages 8-18. That was also when he wrote his first two songs for that event, and although he didn’t place, he so captured the hearts of the judges, that he was invited to open at the gala final. This was beginning of his musical journey and as his talents grew, so did his reputation as a remarkable young performer who had no fear of being on stage, and the larger the audiences, the better he likes it!
Over the ensuing years, he was a contestant in numerous music competitions, and he was very often the youngest. In a number of cases, the rules of the competitions were even changed to a lower age, just so they could have him compete. And whenever he did, he wowed the audiences. When he was 9, he won first place at the Vancouver P.N.E. ‘Star Showdown’ in the youth category, against contestants from all across British Columbia.
As part of his vocal training, he entered into the Kiwanis Festival for 5 straight years in Classical Voice and Musical Theatre, and consistently won first place positions including first class honors and junior scholarships. For 2014, he was chosen as the representative to go on to the Provincials in Musical Theatre, against the best from across the province. He went on to win first place in that category, along with first place in Musical Variety. He was also then awarded the inaugural Penticton Youth Arts Award for ages 25 and under, a huge honor and he was just 11.
2014 proved to be a landmark year for Beamer’s career when he became the youngest ever to be signed to award winning Talent Agency ‘Invictus Entertainment Group’ and Record Label ‘Big Star Recordings’.
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 have received recognition from some major Canadian Country Music artists who allowed him to open for them, including 3 times each for both George Canyon and Brett Kissel, as well as for Aaron Pritchett. He also got the opening slot for Dwight Yoakam, which started as a 20 minute slot and ended up as a 65 minute performance. 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. Recognition for his writing skills was highlighted when he was invited to perform at the ‘Songwriters Series’ at the 2017 CCMA’s in Saskatoon.
On July 6th, he will release his new solo single “Roller Coaster”, which he co-wrote in Nashville with legendary songwriter Keith Follese and his wife Adrienne. Keith was so taken with Beamers talents, that he flew up to Canada to produce the song here for him.