In middle school, he founded his first band, The Roadrunners, which developed a following in the New York City and Philadelphia areas. Alexander wrote award-winning songs for the band"s albums Breakaway (2006) and The Roadrunners: Cellar Sessions (2003) under an independent label deal. The band later split and Graham moved onto writing for solo projects as well as for soundtrack material.
He was also the lead character actor for The Beatles: Rock Band.
Graham began writing and recording his first full-length studio album in 2009. His debut album was released December 6, 2011 and, weeks after, his song "Biggest Fan" was featured on Spotify"s "Top Tracks of 2011 - Picked by Users" playlist.
In 2012, he set out on a tour with his band and played events such as the Non-COMMvention in Philadelphia and LarkFEST in Albany, New New York Shortly after, he began work on his follow up-album, spending time writing and working in the studio. In Spring 2013, Graham and his band embarked on a tour including stops at the Abbey Road On The River Festival, the Black Potato Music Festival, Quick Chek Festival of Ballooning, and Musikfest.
Graham released his second album, Repeat Deceiver, through the revived Victor Talking Machine Company label in 2014.
Its first single of the same name hit national airwaves in February 2015 prompting a small radio tour with stops including Albany, New York and Ocean City, Maryland (U.S.) In 2008, Graham began his own company which consisted of his studio, production, rehearsal and office facilities in Camden County, New Jersey. The company, LAIR Media (Licensed American Independent Recording) was the controlling entity of the recording and production of Graham"s debut release in 2011 and outside projects. In 2011, LAIR Media moved its expanding production facilities to a 13,000 square foot factory where the company continued to grow and expand into video production, product development, and an independent record label.
After purchasing several brands and assets from the General Electric cast off Radio Corporation of America portfolio at auction, LAIR Media merged its assets with the new acquisitions, adopted the newly acquired Radio Corporation of America corporate identity, established the Victor Talking Machine Company record label, and Camden, Victrola, His Master"s Voice, and Little Nipper imprints.
In 2015, Graham"s offices for Victor Talking Machine Company Headquarters found a home in a former bank building in Berlin, New Jersey, a place he calls "The Vault," which houses the lost history of Victor Records.
lieutenant also serves as a performing arts venue with music acts weekly. In 2010, he was part of the Broadway cast of the jukebox musical RAIN, which premiered at the Neil Simon Theater and later moved to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York City.
Years later, he was cast in the same role in a similar jukebox musical, LET Information Technology Bachelor of Engineering, at the Saint James Theatre in New York City and praised for his work in the role.