The End was formed by Tim Willis with the aim to bring the live music audience back to jazz. Drawing upon influences from rock and pop music alike, yet still maintaining a sophisticated and intellectual edge, The End promises to bring a thrilling show that won’t disappoint.
The End’s self-titled debut release was recorded in April 2010, where they entered the studio for three days and were lucky enough to secure the expertise of platinum award winning producer and engineer Steven Scanlin (Kate Cebrano, Vanessa Amorossi, Joel Turner). The album consists of ten original tracks, composed over five years and brought to life by some ofMelbourne’s finest emerging musicians.
The End areJack Beeche on alto sax; Jon Crompton (Wangaratta Jazz Awards Runner Pp 2009) on alto-sax; John Felstead (University Medalist, Lee Barker, Cam McCalister) on tenor sax; Tim Willis (composer) on lead guitar; bassist Gareth Hill (Michelangelo & The Tin Star, Bob Sedegreen); and Nick Martyn (Whitesploitation) on drums.