Randal Joseph "Joey" Cape (born November 16, 1966) is an American singer, songwriter and producer. Active since 1989, Cape is best known as the frontman of the California punk rock band Lagwagon. Cape released his first solo album, Bridge, on October 21, 2008 on Suburban Home Records. His second album Doesn't Play Well with Others, was self-released in February 2011, after he released each song on the album each month of 2010, collecting them all on CD and vinyl in the end of 2010.
Bridge is the first solo album by Californian punk rock musician Joey Cape, frontman of Lagwagon and Bad Astronaut, released on September 29, 2008, through Suburban Home Records. Unlike Cape's work in his bands, the album is an acoustic alternative/indie rock album, much like his work with Tony Sly on their collaborative album Acoustic from 2004. In the album's booklet, Cape describes the solo album as a "rite of passage.
Joey Cape is the lead vocalist for the melodic punk rock band Lagwagon. He is also lead vocalist for the indie experimental band Bad Astronaut. Joey Cape is the lead vocalist for the melodic punk rock band Lagwagon. He is also lead vocalist for the indie.