Jake Wesley Rogers
Pop • 29m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s celebration of Pride Month, rising singer-songwriter Jake Wesley Rogers performs and talks with Moderator Scott Goldman about his brand new single “Momentary,” released for Pride Month, and his breakout single “Middle of Love.” Signed to GRAMMY-nominated hit songwriter Justin Tranter’s Facet Records & Warner Records, Jake Wesley Rogers’ bold music is queer storytelling refracted through a universal lens; it’s inspired by the authenticity and artistry of his heroes like Adele, Regina Spektor, and Florence + the Machine.
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