Background Information
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genre Pop Punk
Years active 1999-2004 (on hiatus)
Label(s) SideOneDummy
Lee LeBaigue
Johnny Mastantuono
Ace Johnson
Jake Bell
Former Members
Alfredo Gonzalez

Madcap is a pop punk band from Southern California which loosely formed in 1994.


After several lineup changes a solid group was formed in 1999 with original members Lee LeBaigue, Johnny Mastantuono, Alfredo Gonzalez and new member Jake Beil. In 2002 Ace (Jordan Johnson) replaced singer/guitarist Alfredo Gonzalez. In 2005, a year after the release of the album "Under Suspicion," the single "Lovesick" reached #2 on the UK charts. Madcap has taken a brief hiatus to regroup after several cancelled tour dates and is expected to release a new album soon. According to outside sources collaborators on the new album include Elvis Costello, Tim Armstrong, The Bouncing Souls and longtime producer Ted Hutt. Madcap currently has three albums: Stand Your Ground and East To West, released on SideOneDummy Records and Under Suspicion released on current record label Victory Records.


  • Stand Your Ground (2001)
  • East To West (2002)
  • Madcap/Mighty Mighty Bosstones Split EP (2002)
  • Under Suspicion (2004)


  • Johnny Mastantuono - Vocals/Guitar (1999-present)
  • Ace Johnson - Guitar (2002-present)
  • Lee LeBaigue - Bass Guitar (1999-present)
  • Jake Bell - Drums (1999-present)
  • Alfredo Gonzalez - Guitar/Vocals (1999-2002)

External LinksEdit

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