Wyatt Lema has been part of the Rhode Island music scene for decades. His musical resume includes work with the bluegrass ensembles Banana Bunkhouse Boys and Neon Valley Boys, folk/country duo Wyatt and Sharp and the rock and roll band Snafu. The Neon Valley Boys were inducted into the Rhode Island Bluegrass Hall of Fame in 2023.
As a solo artist, his original songs provide vignettes of everyday life and dreams – a little country blues, some rock and roll, and ballads from the heart. He has shared the stage with Leon Russell, The Turtles, Jack Ingram, Aztec Two-Step, Commander Cody, Nicolette Larson, The Pousette-Dart Band, Paul Geremia and Jaime Brockett, among others.
Wyatt plays six and twelve string acoustic guitars, mountain dulcimer, six string banjo, and ukulele.
In 2020 Wyatt released an album of twelve original songs titled Destiny Road. Performer, instructor and producer Susan Trump said "I really enjoyed it. I loved that style of guitar playing… Dylanesque and Van Ronk too, but certainly not as gruff as Van Ronk". Wyatt Lema was also named 'Musician of the Day' on Whats Up Rhode Island, an online magazine run by luminary WRIU 90.3 DJ, Ken Abrams. Ken describes Destiny Road as "impressive" and insists fans see Wyatt live. Destiny Road is available on Amazon, iTunes, Spotify and other streaming services.