About End of the Line

End Of The Line
End Of The Line


End of the Line fuses acoustic music from a myriad influences and brings strong, quality original material to the stage .

John Fonvielle – Guitar, mandolin & vocals. John is a lifelong musician of many genres and many places. He is a multi-instrumentalist focusing on bass, guitar, mandolin and keyboards. He co-produced and played on Kate Newcomer’s album “A Theater Near You” (2006). Playing with End of the Line, John’s strong guitar playing, singing and energy provide a steady platform for the band. Check out his solo album “Rodeo” if you get a chance. Click here for his site.

Roger Cook – Bass and Vocals. Roger has a wealth of music experience and plays upright bass, guitar and sings with EOTL. Originally from Durham, NC, Roger enthusiastically navigates various music forms ranging from jazz to folk to classical. Roger plays mandolin, piano and composes originals as well. His bass skills make him a highly sought after player around Wilmington. 

Perry Hewlett – Dobro, Banjo & Vocals. A multi-instrumentalist, Perry plays dobro, banjo, and guitar and adds strong vocals and originals to End Of The Line. He has played in many local bands, most notably High Cotton. Perry is an in-demand player around the New Hanover region. He is always in-the-pocket on stage and in the studio. He’s a native Wilmingtonian and is a local history buff–mainly because his ancestors practically stumbled upon the place waayyy before there were 50 states. He is currently writing a book on Middle Sound and has plenty of folklore to share about the area.

Sean Gould- Mandolin, Guitar & vocals. Sean lived in Wilmington sporadically for several years and traveled all over.  After a successful drive from California through Central America, he calls Wilmington home. He was a founding member of the raucous Wilmington folk-rock outfit the Wheels. In 2010 he wrote, recorded and produced his solo album, the Low Hand. You can catch him also jamming at the Satellite Bar and Lounge on Sundays.

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