The hard-working Kansas native's first Top 40 hit was "Jackson Hole" and he followed that track up with "Real" and "Didn't I." Both hits spent time inside the Top 25 of country radio in 2010/2011. After taking some time off the charts to focus on making the best music he can, James Wesley's back with "Thank A Farmer," a song which reminds us to think if we're ever grateful for the food in the stores, on our plates or many other things we take for granted in life, that we should thank the farmer for 'em. It's a slice of Americana that hits home.
Broken Bow Records Recording Artist James Wesley hit with Top 25 hits "Didn't I" and "Real" the past couple of years and is back with what may be the best song of his career. Take a listen to "Thank A Farmer" the lead single from his upcoming debut album for Broken Bow Records!