Alex Bach combines a sexy edginess with a worldly wisdom that belies her young age. With a deep, rich, mesmerizing voice and a kicking guitar style, she is a powerhouse performer who has played in front of audiences ranging from small clubs to 25,000 seat stadiums, always leaving them lusting for more. And most recently she had the honor of entertaining American and Coalition troops in the Middle East. “It was an honour to serve my country with my music,” she says. “Whether you are for or against the war, I think it’s very important to support the brave men and women who are putting their lives on the line.”
With the help of her website, www.alexbach.com, Alex has reached hundreds of thousands of fans. Eager to help spread the word, they’ve established the Alex Bach “Ground Force”. Together, this diverse group from all over the world has built the Alex Bach name into a recognizable brand by nothing but good old, word-of-mouth advertising. With their help, Alex has had four songs rise up onto the Billboard Top-40 Internet download charts, including two, #1 hits, “Anymore,” and “Miles to Go.”; truly a remarkable feat for an independent artist, who at the time, had no record label backing. Now with many FM and satellite radio stations as well as MTV picking up her music, Alex has transcended beyond touring and the Internet to traditional media, connecting with her fans and developing new ones.
And the essence of that connection comes from both the power of her performance and the content of her lyrics. Howard Goodman, writing in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, said, “She’s got a sexy image, a brainy attitude, a supple voice and a self-confidence that’s almost eerie.” And Jonathan Sanders in Gods of Music wrote, “Her voice is like that of an angel with enough attitude to keep us listening. It also doesn’t hurt that Alex Bach is a great musician. Her strong, guitar-driven music fits in with the best of today’s “major” artists.”
Alex was born in France to a French-Tunisian father and an American mother. Shortly thereafter, her family moved to the United Arab Emirates, back to France, and then finally the United States, where Alex spent the remainder of her childhood. As a teenager, she gained an appreciation for Hispanic cultures, as well as a grasp of the Spanish language, during a humanitarian mission to Costa Rica. Being multilingual, her diverse background has influenced the person she has become and the songs that she writes. Her emotional and evocative songs speak of life in its most personal and honest form.
“I love to write lyrics that shake people up and force them to re-examine their lives. The ability to write music and sing it in a way that touches people is an awesome power. If I can get just one person to take an honest look in the mirror, then I will feel like I have used that power of music wisely.”
Alex Bach's "Crucifixion" is a wounded, powerful depiction of love gone wrong. This is a hit radio single!
- reached # 1 on KIAC Big 50
Blame God instead
4/17/2019 3:17:08 AM
You Rock Like A MF! Much Respect!
12/13/2007 10:59:27 AM
Its cool to know that you are all around the place! My name is Jacques from the band Try and i have been Dj on a web Indie radio stations, I just listened to Crucifixion and let me tell you i love that song, I can tell, that song is a great classic for me i will always remember it. I will listen to it again in sometimes for sure. Keep up the good work and take care....
12/3/2007 9:55:31 AM
Wow, when I clicked on your link at Black Label's radio station the last thing I expected was a female with a rock solid command performance like this. Excellent vocal, excellent guitar work. You rock girl. ~Lace~
9/27/2007 11:12:04 AM
WELL ITS GOOD TO HEAR THERE ARE MORE CHICS THAT ARE ROCKIN' OUT. SUPURB ARTIST.
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