BiographyAlthough 16 Frames were founded by primary singer and songwriter Steve Sulikowski, the band was arguably made by television. Their melancholic mid-tempo rockers found a place on a handful of primetime shows, giving them a high level of visibility shortly after forming. Sulikowski surrounded himself with a handful of likeminded musicians -- guitarist Josh Dunahoo, bassist Dylan Wilson and drummer Daniel James -- and released Where It Ends, their emotionally dense debut, in 2008. The album was produced by Matt Serletic (Matchbox 20) and was later resequenced and rereleased by Verve Forecast.
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