Letter Seventeen is a one-man band with FOUR members, featuring the musical ideas of Tim. Unless other people help. Then it's a multi-man band. Unless a girl helps out. Then it gets to be confusing.
Tim Alexander and Grant Muller with contributions from others when possible.
2016: Tim and Grant did their thing again. Bob joined, played guitar and sang. Clarke rejoined, played keys, guitars, and bass, plus sang. Marz played a guitar solo and TomOnBass played a bassline. So did Brian Martin.
2015: Tim sang and played instruments while Grant drummed. Brent Kinder, Brian Martin, and Matt Parker plated bass. Meg Radley, Andy Samford, Tess Savigear, and Bob Sorace sang along and made various other noises while Andy played all of the cool guitar bits.
2014: A near-solo effort from Tim aside from the ever-present Clarke McMurray on keyboards for one song.
2013: Brian Martin, Clarke McMurray, Walter Ray, Andy Samford, Bob Sorace, and Samantha Wrinkle.
2012: (Grant joined the band as the full-time drummer) Amit Chabuskwar, Gary Fox, Clarke McMurray, Andy Samford, and Erin Schroettinger.
2011: Clarke McMurray, Grant Muller, Pedro Periera, Andy Samford, and Ian Tanner
2010: Andy Samford played lead guitar while Sam Wrinkle and Clarke McMurray contributed backing vocals.
A concept record about a friend who has lived a storied life...
A series of songs written during a snowstorm.
A different direction for 2012.
How The Story Goes(2013)
A multi-genre band record.
Ready For This To Be Over(2014)
2014 marked a chance to explore some new directions. This album was largely written in-month and is more of a collection of demos than a full band record. The songs jump styles, from garage-y to 80's pop to dance music, to near-theatrical bits.
Behind The Beat(2015)
Another genre-hopping record full of silliness, but featuring some more somber moments in memory of a dearly departed friend.
All About The Abrahams(2016)
A little more dancy. A lot weirder.
Some experimentation. Some of the same stuff as before.