The Train Wreck Endings

Live at the Bitter End

by The Train Wreck Endings

Released 2017
Released 2017
Recorded live on December 18, 2017, at the legendary Bitter End in New York City. Energetic live rock-n-roll.
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"This album captures the Train Wreck Endings in their best environment, the live stage. This is a great live band, and these tracks deliver the experience of being at a show. It's rough and ready, 45 minutes bursting with energy and great original songs - plus, there's a tasty cover of the Who's 'The Kids Are Alright' sprinkled in for good measure. The best live album I've heard in a few years." - Darren Simmons Music Blog

The Train Wreck Endings traveled to New York in December of 2016 to play the legendary Bitter End on Bleecker Street. This album is the result of that show. With echoes of R.E.M. and the Traveling Wilburys, the Train Wreck Endings capped the year with this terrific performance of original songs, including fan favorites "Sunshine Waterdance", "Walking Around", "Sorta Kinda Maybe", "Mason-Dixon Line", and "Rum Talking". Also, there's a nice version of "Once or Twice", a single they recorded at Sun Studio in Memphis in the spring of last year. Nancy Griffith-Cochran makes her songwriting debut with "One-Stoplight Town", a song about her hometown of Purcellville, Va., and there's that cover of "The Kids Are Alright" thrown in for good measure.

All in all, it was a great show, and this recording reflects the fun and excitement of the night. Toe-tapping rock-n-roll from a top-notch live band.