Lem Genovese is a retired US Army/Iowa guard veteran of both Vietnam and Desert Storm where he served as a combat medic with the 209th Med Clearing Company attached to the 2nd Brigade of the 1st Infantry Division. The 209th completed more missions, treated more Iraqi EPW's and traveled further than any other unit of its kind during the 1st Gulf War. His record as an advocate for Vietnam veterans is unmatched. He has been recognized by VN Veterans Memorial founder Jan Scruggs: "The music of Lem Genovese is the most inspiring and thoughtful from the VN Era." NY Times bestselling author Al Santoli added: "Lem Genovese sings with the voice of experience. He puts into his music the SOUL of Vietnam veterans." With all that military background, "civilians" will still enjoy his tunes. Its part of our mission statement - to be a musical bridge that promotes compassion, healing and understanding. Here is music that spans genres, including instrumental 12 & 6 string acoustic guitar compositions that evoke strong reactions from his audiences that span generations and demographics.
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