Life Goes On, Prosser’s debut album, released two singles, a title track and “Angels Don’t Fly.” Both singles charted in the Top 100 on the U.S. Country chart. In 2010, James omitted his last name, Prosser, and began recording as James Wesley. Under that name, he began working on the album Real and has released four singles. His singles “Real” and “Didn’t I” both reached the Top 25 on the Country charts, while “Jackson Hole” and “Walking Contradiction” have both peaked in the Top 50 and Top 60, respectively.
Country singer James Wesley was born James Wesley Prosser in Mound Valley, Kansas. Before meeting songwriter Rodney Clawson, Prosser played music in several venues during his college years. Clawson has co-written singles that were sung by Jason Aldean and George Strait and helped Prosser get started in the industry. Prosser signed on with Warner Bros. Records and released his debut album in 1999.
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