Tunnels End


Band Website can be found at TunnelsEndBand (dot) Com
Band Email is on our website (See Contact Page)

We are a - Dance Rock Cover Band - that brings a high energy edge to the music you know and love. Our goal is a total crowd entertainment experience that makes you feel as much a part of the show as the band.

Screen name:
Tunnels End
Member since:
Jun 19 2016
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years together:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
24 years

Members Of Band

Suzie Flynn (Lead Vocals): A one time potential Olympic figure skater is now an incredible singer and performer (go figure, that's a pun, right?). With the energy of a small nuclear power plant Suzie commands the stage and fills the room with her voice. Suzie has used her talents for musical theatre and now with Tunnels End. When asked at her audition to describe one of her toughest challenges, she spoke about doing a triple axel. The band replied in their sophistication "Does that contain vodka or whiskey?"

Gary Luciani (Rhythm Guitar): Can usually be found wielding either a hockey stick or a guitar. Gary brings the same tenacity to the stage as he does to the ice, but doesn't dish out as many injuries (most of the time). Studied music theory and guitar performance at the Atlanta Institute of Music and media with greats like Carl Culpepper and Cameron Allen, his two biggest influences.

Ian Moore (Lead Guitar/Vocals): Growing up in a musical family, Ian has played guitar since the age of 11. After spending much of his youth in original bands, he decided to focus on bringing hits to the masses by honing a library of covers. A pupil of acclaimed fusion guitarist Michael Fath, he has studied Jazz, Country, and Rock. His session guitar work for local bands has also had air time on DC101.

WesJack (Bass): A veteran Los Angeles club performer, led a series of crushing tone-deaf performances, leading to the destruction of the House of Blues in Hollywood. The greater LA Chamber of Commerce and town elders gathered together and politely, yet insistently, asked WesJack to leave town. Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal. Gathering belongings, tears in his eyes, he drifted and zig-zagged to gigs in Portland, Flagstaff, Chicago, MSP, Appleton… denied entry at the gates of Nashville… and about to end up in the Lost City of Atlantis… appealing to the skies... ‘Can you see the Light?’, he asked. ‘Can you see the Light?’ The band. Yes... yes. This is a fertile land, and we will thrive. We will rule over all this land, and we will call it... Tunnels End.

Daniel Isenberg (Drums): Began playing at the age of 6. His playing has matured but that's about it. His formative years were spent playing in So. California with local bands, which explains a lot. He lost his gig to someone who actually had hair. He had the opportunity work in the music business management scene with many top known artists and decided if you can't beat em, join em. Now he looks to bring these lessons to "Tunnels End." He identified where you can buy Cup A Soup - 10 for $1.00