Tramyard’s single “End of the Line” was originally released in 1988 by British American supergroup the Travelling Wilburys which featured Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and Bob Dylan on the original record. The song is considered a staple of Folk and Americana. Tramyard have now put their own take on the song, which should appeal to a diverse range of tastes.
Put together by accomplished pianist, musical director and producer Steve Milne, Tramyard is a collective band, made up of seasoned professional musicians who wanted to explore styles that didn’t fall within their normal remit.
Featuring musicians including Kevin Logue, Aoife Cunningham, Mary Duff, Jordan Mogey, Des Lacey, Ciara Cunningham, Stuart Gray and Marty McDermott, the group are following up on the success of their debut single “People Puttin’ People Down” and also forms part of “The Dusty Diary Sessions”. The song exceeded the expectations of all involved, after receiving strong coverage on RTE, BBC, Hot Press Magazine and many radio stations across Ireland, UK, Europe, Canada and Australia.