Instead of carrying around a notepad and pen, members of The Ends often "whip out the iPhone and go to the Notepad function and jot down ideas,"
Burgess also keeps his iPhone handy during shows, just in case the crowd calls out a certain song.
"If we don't know it, I'll look up the lyrics," he added.
Burgess' nickname, "Bunk," originally came from his father who called his two boys "Bunky" and "Binky."
"My buddies in high school heard someone say it and well, it stuck. It was then shortened to Bunk," he said.
Besides Burgess, the band includes
The band has been together for five years now and when it performs, expect to hear mostly originals and perhaps some covers thrown in. The band will close out
The band, Burgess said, "appeals to a pretty wide range of folks from 20s on up to 40s and beyond. We tend to attract a wide variety of ages and backgrounds; it's nice to have a lot of different folks who enjoy what we do."
The Ends currently has two recordings under its belt (an EP 4 1/2 years ago and a full-length album last year). It's working on a new full-length album Burgess said they hope to release by the end of the year.
The band not only has performed locally, but had a 6 1/2 -week tour in late February and early March throughout
"We're planning something for next spring throughout the northeast states," he said.
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