Lex Wolfe is a Los Angeles freelance bassist and producer known for her “raw energy” and “highly athletic live performance” complete with two feet of swinging dreadlocks. A natural pocket player, her style ranges from tight funk grooves to tasteful pop licks and headbangin’ rock riffs. Lex started with cello lessons at age 3, adding instruments along the way—first bass, then guitar, drums, keys, and production all followed. With credits that include work with AXS TV, McDonalds, YouTube Studio, Revry, & Alert the Globe; endorsements by Ashdown Engineering, GHS Strings, Bartolini Pickups & Get’M Get’M Straps; and a BS in Neuroscience from University of Wisconsin, Lex is a rare combination.
She cut her teeth as a hired gun in some of the most notable music scenes in the country: Austin, Nashville, and LA. Wolfe toured with Warped Tour vets Sick of Sarah, fresh off the road with Heart & The Bangles and the momentum of an album with over 1.7 million downloads. Ryan Seacrest praised them as “The Next Joan Jett & The Blackhearts” on E!, and AXS TV featured them on music reality show Breaking Band with icons like Belinda Carlisle & Dave Navarro. Wolfe spent the next few years delving into Top 40s, songwriting, and country in the Nashville Broadway scene, ultimately relocating to Los Angeles where she works with many artists, including her recent production for McDonald’s televised event House of Pride. Deeply involved in the LA scene, you can catch Wolfe performing at the legendary musician’s jams on the Sunset Strip or empowering female musicians with the all-women’s collective Gritty in Pink. She regularly gigs around SoCal with tribute bands to the rock greats i.e. Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, Rage Against the Machine; as well as countless original artists.
PRESS – BASS
“It’s clear from Alexa’s digit-agility that she could have gone a million places with any run of notes, but she knew enough to choose the best” – Maximum Ink
“Slapping the funk right out of her strings” – Emmie Magazine
“So much talent, so much charisma, and gritty rock and roll” – The Greene Room Magazine
“This was the first time Lex had played with the band…Watching the performance you would never know that they hadn’t even rehearsed together” – Backstage 360
“She’s a monster bass player. Those are extremely difficult lines to play and she nailed it. – Effortlessly.” Jim Wooten: Led Zepagain, The Long Run – Eagles Experience
PRESS – PRODUCTIONS
“A summertime anthem that has all those melodic hooks and fills” – MSN.com
“Powerful, emotive and sexy song that will certainly get people off their feet” – Lionheart TV
“Production that in turn leaves us awestruck” – Buzz Music
“Playful, sensual, and bold — encouraging the listener to do away with all gender stereotypes, reclaim your power, and facilitate acceptance” – Women’s International Music Network WiMN