Traditional Country music performer and songwriter, James Wesley, has announced the release of his long-awaited self-titled EP, “You Should Be Here With Me,” penned by Rodney Clawson, Andrew Dorff and Jon McElroy.
This tune was recorded previously and never released, but has always
loved and wanted it to be a part of his current EP. The new music can be
streamed and downloaded on all online streaming platforms and is
“I have always loved this song and it is the only one I did not write
from my current project,” exclaims James Wesley! “Andrew Dorff had an
incredible way of writing and this song has held a special place in my
heart ever since I recorded it.”
The song reflects on seeing more than the physical image of another
person, encouraging love, trust and the desire to show someone how much
you see that others over-look.
Catch James and his band on the road performing at a venue near you soon!
About James Wesley:
Country singer/songwriter James Wesley was born and
raised in Mound Valley, Kansas. James was 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 Frizzell, inked a deal with
Broken Bow Records, and released the single “Jackson Hole.” The song
debuted at #41 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, and was
followed in 2010 by a second single, “Real” that topped the charts at
#22, followed by “Didn’t I” at #24 In 2011. James found a new level of
exposure when he was the opening act for two weeks of superstar Taylor
Swift’s Speak Now tour. He continued touring and more singles followed
in anticipation for Wesley’s debut album, Real, including “Walking
Contradiction,” “Thank A Farmer” and “Hooked Up” which appeared in 2012,
2013 and 2015. James continues touring and playing corporate events
across the country. One of the highlights of James Career, was being
asked to be a part of the Merle Haggard tribute album titled “Working
Man’s Poet”, (Released in April of 2014). The two “Hag” songs performed
by James, were “I’m a Lonesome Fugitive” and “The Fightin’ Side of me”.