Wesley Gonzalez first found some low-key identification within the indie rock-band Let’s Wrestle before getting into a single profession. Gonzalez, along with bassist Mike Lightning and drummer Darkus Bishop, produced Let’s Wrestle in 2005 when he was just 15 years of age. They continued release a their debut one “Melody for ABBA Tribute Music group” in 2007. Pursuing that debut, they created three full-length information: 2009’s In the Courtroom from the Wrestling Let’s, 2011’s Nursing House, and 2014’s Let’s Wrestle. During the period of a decade, the band attained moderate success, however in 2015 they made a decision to contact it per day, playing your final present at London’s The 100 Membership. Gonzalez wasted short amount of time forging a single profession for himself in the wake of his previous band’s demise. He set up a live music group for his single function that included Euan Hinshelwood from Younghusband and Meilyr Jones. It shortly became apparent that Gonzalez was ditching the guitar-driven music of his previous band for the sound he referred to as inspired by Donny Hathaway and Sly & the Family members Rock. Gonzalez released his debut single record, Exceptional Musician, in 2017.