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James Wesley

Country singer/songwriter James Wesley was born and raised in Mound Valley, KS. Originally signed to Warner Bros. in 1999 as James Prosser, he released one album (Life Goes On) before adopting the Wesley moniker. After relocating to Nashville, Wesley hooked up with songwriter Rodney Clawson and producer Dan Frizsell, inked a deal with Broken Bow Records, and released the single “Jackson Hole.” The song debuted at number 54 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, and was followed in 2010 by a second single, “Real.”

Prosser was born James Wesley Prosser in Mound Valley, Kansas.

James Wesley Prosser (born in Mound Valley, Kansas) is an American country music singer signed to Broken Bow Records
Wesley was previously signed to Warner Bros. Records as James Prosser and release a couple of singles on the label
He played music at several venues in college before meeting songwriter Rodney Clawson, who has co-written singles by Jason Aldean and George Strait



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