|Born||April 22, 1963|
|Origin||Clanton, Alabama, United States|
|Years active||1995-2002, 2012–present|
|Associated acts||Keith Stegall|
Wesley Dennis (born April 22, 1963, in Clanton, Alabama) is an American country music artist. A native of Alabama, Dennis previously held a job installing car windshields before he took to singing in bars. In 1995, he signed to Mercury Nashville Records, releasing a self-titled debut album, and charting three singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. He also toured with Alan Jackson that same year.
Dennis's debut album was produced by Keith Stegall, who has also produced for Jackson, and was released on March 7, 1995, to mostly favorable reviews. New Country magazine critic Chris Dickinson gave it three-and-a-half stars out of five, calling him "as honestly neo-trad as they come", although he said that the tracks "This Hat Ain't No Act" and "Bubbaland" were "dime-a-gross." USA Today also gave a favorable review, comparing Dennis' vocals to those of Keith Whitley, but criticizing "This Hat Ain't No Act" as a "trite" song.
|Country to the Core||
|1995||"I Don't Know (But I've Been Told)"||46||60||Wesley Dennis|
|"Don't Make Me Feel at Home"||51||70|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|1995||"I Don't Know (But I've Been Told)"||Jim Hershleder|
|"Don't Make Me Feel at Home"|
- Whitburn, Joel (August 2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc. p. 122. ISBN 0-89820-177-2.
- No byline (March 2, 1995). "Up and country: Wesley Dennis used to install car windshields. Now he's looking at life just a little bit differently". The Sacramento Bee. pp. C1. Retrieved August 27, 2008.
- Dickinson, Chris (March 1995). "Music reviews". New Country. 2 (3): 61.
- Gundersen, Edna (April 3, 1995). "A knockout from Morphine". USA Today. pp. D4. Retrieved September 13, 2009.