Lem has been performing 30 years for churches, barn dances, fairs, rodeos, and special events.  In the 1992-1994 Lem released four of his first Cowboy albums. 1996 "Rockin' In The Saddle" was released, later giving Lem the opportunity to appear at the Grand Place Hotel located at the Old Tuscon Movie Studios for the 10th anniversary gathering of the Western Music Association.  It was during this time he made his first music video.


In 2004 "Run My Race" album was released, and in 2005 six of the songs received high acclaim from country music critics.  The songs "Just Take It One Day At A Time" and "This Town" broke the top 10 on the independent charts, allowing him to perform at Opreyland's famous Gibson Cafe' and Night Club in Nashville, TN.    

In 2008 Lem recorded the "Cowboy-Billy-Music" album, a collection of Rock-A-Billy and older County & Western songs.  Again Lem received notoriety for his rendition of "That's Alright (Mamma)", "Back In The Saddle",  "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain", and  bronc busting arrangement of "Ghost Riders In The Sky".  


For 2020 Lem has recorded a series of original songs on "Cowboy Underground", Country/Rock-a-Billy "Kicked It On Up"  featuring "I am A Cowboy" and "Trust in Him". 

Lem is currently working on the "Cowboy-Billy-Jukebox" album, which will be the second collection of legendary Western & Country songs.

​​Power Source Magazine music review

Run My Race

“This album is what I call traditional Country…talent for the whole family, from

Grandpa to the youngest.”

 San Juan Co. Journal

 “…making a difference in family entertainment.”

WMA (Western Music Assoc.)

 “He is the real stuff…”