Andy Hawk & the Train Wreck Endings | Tin Can Town

Go To Artist Page

Recommended if You Like
Bob Dylan John Lennon Old 97's

Album Links
Facebook Band Page Reverb Nation page Live solo video of "Real Gone Girl" official website my EPK my myspace page

More Artists From
United States - Virginia

Other Genres You Will Love
Country: Americana Folk: Folk-Rock Moods: Solo Male Artist
Sell your music everywhere
There are no items in your wishlist.

Tin Can Town

by Andy Hawk & the Train Wreck Endings

This album is your best night at a great, dive bar where you drink good, cheap beer, get the girl, and wake up with no hangover or regrets.
Genre: Country: Americana
Release Date: 

We'll ship when it's back in stock

Order now and we'll ship when it's back in stock, or enter your email below to be notified when it's back in stock.
Continue Shopping
just a few left.
order now!
Buy 2 or more of this title's physical copies and get 30% off
Share to Google +1

To listen to tracks you will need to update your browser to a recent version.

  Song Share Time Download
1. Think Too Much
2:20 album only
2. Tin Can Town
3:44 album only
3. Break Free
3:16 album only
4. Pitchy & Time-erratic Blues
4:37 album only
5. Maybe Someday (New)
3:25 album only
6. Real Gone Girl
3:12 album only
7. Music From Another Room
3:56 album only
8. Good Night (New)
3:34 album only
9. Tombstone
3:16 album only
10. I Never Thought to Ask
4:26 album only
11. Ferris Wheel (New)
3:14 album only
12. Symphony of 2 A.M. (New)
4:27 album only
13. The Last Two in the Bar
2:34 album only


Album Notes
The Train Wreck Endings
Andy Hawk - vocals, rhythm guitar
Andy Hawk is a songwriter living in Hamilton, Virginia, but he really misses the North. He's released five CDs of original material. He plays some solo acoustic shows, but also appears with the Train Wreck Endings, a new band of miscreants who have begun peppering the people of Northern Virginia with a mix of the blues, classic rock, and originals. He was born in Pittsburgh and has lived in Boston, Baltimore, and Columbus (Ohio) before settling below the Mason-Dixon Line.

Chuck Bordelon - bass
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.

Steve DeVries – mandolin, banjo, harmonica
Steve is a recording artist in his own right, having two acoustic guitar albums under his belt.

Branden Hickman - drums
Branden might be the kid of the group, but he can play like Keith Moon or Ringo Starr, depending on the song. Great backbeat. Steady. Plus, he's single!

Gary Rudinsky - lead guitar
Ohio's favorite son (aside from John Glenn, all those presidents, and Woody Hayes) has been playing guitar for many years. He was an original member of the Human Beinz in Youngstown many years ago. They had a minor hit in 1968 with "Nobody But Me". Plus, anyone who knows Boogie Weinglass can't be all bad, can he?

This CD – "Tin Can Town" – is a slice of Americana that takes you on the road, then to a cool, dark, dive bar looking past the neon beer signs to the daylight of the world outside.



to write a review


Good Stuff!


Terrific lo-fi Americana
Fantastic songs that sound like they were recorded live, which gives it a fresh feel. It's almost a song cycle of a night out at a bar that ends with the boozy "Last 2 in the Bar", which deals with the beer goggles everybody has had at one point or another. Overall, thoughtful lyrics and catchy melodies make for a great album. The songwriting is stellar.