Carter Beckworth
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Carter Beckworth

Austin, Texas, United States | INDIE

Austin, Texas, United States | INDIE
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2007 - "Fairweather Grace"
2008 - "Baker Hotel" (with Baker Hotel)
2010 - "Hard To Prove" (with Baker Hotel)
2011 - "Carter Beckworth"
2013 - "Humble Heart"



Carter Beckworth is a musician based out of Austin, Texas. He released his debut album, Fairweather Grace in 2007. He is also the lead vocalist of acclaimed hard-rock band, Baker Hotel, with whom he has released two albums, 2008's Baker Hotel, and Hard To Prove (2010).

Born in Houston, Texas, Beckworth has lived in New Hampshire, Alaska, and also Mississippi.

Beckworth relocated to Austin in 2008, where he co-founded the award-winning band, Baker Hotel, with whom he gained notoriety as the nation's "Top 5 Frontmen to Watch in in 2010" - Rachel Platt, Great Day Louisville

Beckworth released his self-titled, sophomore album on August 23, 2011. His newer, solo-work further showcased Beckworth’s songwriting prowess, and demonstrated his ability to exist within his own unique combination of genres.

“Beckworth’s voice is smooth, with just the right amount of soulful grit to his songs that build from their solid singer-songwriter frameworks into rootsy, guitar driven pop.”- Andrew Dansby, The Houston Chronicle

Beckworth recorded his third, full-length effort, Humble Heart in Nashville between January and February of 2013. The album's first single and title-track, "Humble Heart" was released on March 23, 2013. The album (which was produced by seasoned hit-maker, Fred Mollin) was released via Cypress Creek Records on September 24, 2013.

Beckworth has shared the stage with such noteworthy performers as Ryan Bingham, Hayes Carll, Radney Foster, Bob Schneider, Randy Rogers, Monte Montgomery, Black Oak Arkansas, Bruce Robison, and Carolyn Wonderland, among others.

Beckworth's acoustic performances feature moving ballads that discover the songwriter within, a skeleton of the larger-than-life persona that he has begun to cultivate on the big stage.