Andy Hawk - vocals, rhythm guitar
Andy Hawk is a songwriter living in Hamilton, Virginia, who fronts Andy Hawk & The Train Wreck Endings. The band has released 5 albums of original material to critical acclaim, according to him, which means he might be a big, fat liar. Then again, he might just be pretty good...
He plays some solo acoustic shows, but mainly appears with the Train Wreck Endings, an Americana/Blues/Folk-Rock group that brings his songs to the stage.
Andy was born in Pittsburgh and has lived in Boston, Baltimore, and Columbus (Ohio) before settling below the Mason-Dixon Line.
Chuck Bordelon - bass & other stuff
Chuck came from Louisiana with a bass on his knee. He's adept at several instruments, has played in bands before, and brings a great creative streak to the table.
He co-wrote "Letting Go" and "Midnight Run" off the Train Wreck Endings' 2013 release Sorta Kinda Maybe, and co-wrote "Pitchy & Time-Erratic Blues" on the band's Tin Can Town (2009).
Paul Bordelon - lead guitar
Another Louisiana boy, Paul brings his guitar stylings and background vocals to the mix. Plus, he's single, girls!
He co-wrote "Rum Talking" - a live staple - on the band's Sorta Kinda Maybe album, and also "Gone Hollywood" on their live album, Shhh!!! (2014).
Michael Gauvreau - drums, backing vocals
Michael has played all over the country for nearly 40 years, so he's a savvy veteran who brings a solid backbeat and terrific vocal harmony to the group. He lives in Lucketts, Va., and has an awesome barn where the band can practice... :)
Nancy Griffith-Cochran - backing vocals
"Griff" adds a lovely harmonic touch to the group's songs, and sings a couple o' leads herself.
She's a veteran of the Northern Virginia band circuit, and seems to know everyone in the area.