Alec Bauer grew up in Huntington Beach. During High School Alec was a member of the Academy for the Performing Arts (APA) at Huntington Beach High School where he excelled and took a leadership role. Alec also began by playing snippets of the cover songs performed by Camp Freddy over the phone on the Camp Freddy Radio Show on Indie 103.1 and became a regular guest. Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison invited Camp Teddy the "Tribute Band for the Tribute Band" open for a Camp Freddy show at The Key Club. Alec has performed in Huntington Beach high school's "Retrofest", at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, The GalaxyTheater and other clubs in Orange County. Alec became the tech, roadie, and driver for L.A. Guns June 2007 to February 2008 and joined LA Guns as Rhythm Guitarist in 2008. They traveled to the cottage country of Ontario, Canada and recorded a new album with Grammy Award winning producer Steve Thompson. LA Guns embarked straight from the studio on the "LA Guns Summer Black Out Tour 2008" with Faster Pussycat. Alec has played shows and clubs such as Rocklahoma, South Texas RockFest, South Dakota RockFest, The Key Club, The Knitting Factory Boise Idaho, The Hard Rock San Juan, Puerto Rico and many more. The Band also did a South American Tour in September 08. In 09 that lineup of LA Guns Played Vegas Hard Rock "Wasted Space" and Desert Invasion in Arizona.
Part of Alec’s experience involved working with Executive Producer John Breau, owner of Alexus records of Ontario, Canada. Alec was hired as LA Guns new rhythm guitarist one of the youngest ever to play with the band. Working with SteveThompson and Tracii Guns, Alec was a great contributor to the musical and lyrical composition and creative process.
Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Growing up in Orange Country I performed on drums and
backing vocals in multiple cover and original bands covering a variety of genre such as Rock, Americana, Country, Folk and Jazz. From acoustic folk bands to large jazz orchestras I made an effort as an artist to put myself in variety of different musical situations whenever possible to better dial in my musicianship. Over the last few years I have mostly been playing Rock and Americana styles. Recording at Capital Records at an early age made me realize the importance of a properly tuned environment for recording.