Wess Morgan began traveling and singing gospel music at a young age alongside his parents, Pastors Joseph & Yolanda Morgan and siblings Joey and Delana. By the time Wess was 10yrs of age, his life took a turn for what appeared to be devastation with no point of return. Wess began using drugs and drinking alcohol, which quickly turned to him abusing both substances.
The abuse took several turns including repeated jail sentences along with time spent in recovery centers away from home, family and friends. Although many had given up on Wess, his family and close friends held on to their faith in God that Wess would be delivered from a grim life filled with so many uncertainties.
Today, Pastor Wess Morgan is the founder and director of the Wess Morgan Foundation, non-profit organization which has a focus on substance abuse prevention and recovery, and serves youth in urban communities within Hendersonville and Gallitan Tennessee. Morgan is also the founder and CEO of Bowtie World Music, a music production company that produces music recordings bearing Wess Morgan’s brand. The company is expanding its intellectual property offerings beyond music to include books, films, documentaries and programming for television.
After bringing the house down on The Monique show with his testimony of recovery and rediscovery he has released a new single.
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