WESS MORGAN @wessmorgan

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Birth name Joel Wesley Morgan Also known as Pastor Wess Morgan Born September 5, 1973 (age 42) Pascagoula, Mississippi Origin Nashville, Tennessee Genres CCM, gospel, southern gospel, urban contemporary gospel Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter Instruments vocals, singer-songwriter Years active 2006–present Labels Oak Tree, Bowtie World, Flipside Website wessmorgan.com

 

Joel Wesley Morgan (born September 5, 1973), who goes by the stage name Wess Morgan, is an American gospel musician, and pastor. He started his music career, in 2006, with the release of Look at Me Now by Oak Tree Records. His second album, Under an Open Heaven, Vol. 1, was released in 2010 by Bowtie World Music alongside Flipside Music, and this album was his Billboard magazine breakthrough release upon the Gospel Albums chart. The song, “I Choose to Worship”, was put on the WOW Gospel 2012 album. The subsequent album, Under an Open Heaven, Vol. 2, was released by Bowtie World Music in 2012, and it charted on the aforementioned chart. He released, Livin‍ ’​, in 2014 by Bowtie Music, and it charted on the aforementioned chart.

Morgan was born in Pascagoula, Mississippi on September 5, 1973, as Joel Wesley Morgan, whose father is Joseph and mother Yolanda, and he has an older brother, Joseph, and a younger sister, and they were raised in Nashville, Tennessee.

Morgan had an eighteen-year marriage to Betsy, which they lived in Nashville, Tennessee, that ended in Divorce in the middle of 2013, and he subsequently married Danielle Walker in January 2014, who gave birth to his child.

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