End of the Line is the musical duo of Elaine Eagle and Ramiro Espinoza based out of Wenatchee, WA.
A somewhat unlikely pairing, their love of music brought them together in 2017 and they continue to create music and play shows together.
Both seasoned musicians, Elaine and Ramiro enjoy challenging each other through their repertoire and songwriting. They cover various genres including, rock, country, and folk. Their songwriting pulls from their very different backgrounds and musical tastes. Their music lives somewhere between rock and country, with acoustic flair and soulful melodies. They can't wait to start the process of recording their first record of original music in the near future.
End of the Line plays shows around North Central Washington and have performed at hotels, restaurants, wineries, and festivals. They are constantly on the move, creating new music and refining their sound. To keep up with them, you can follow their Facebook or Instagram pages or click on the "Calendar" tab above.
Thank you for supporting local musicians!
“Ramiro and Elaine have played at our winery multiple times. It is always a pleasure to have them entertain for our guests. Looking forward to their next visit.”
Doug and Kim Bianchi, Bianchi Vineyards
“We had End of the Line play at our Grand Opening of Hard Hat Winery and everyone loved them. We are so thankful to have such amazing talent in the Wenatchee area.”
Shannon Lone, Hard Hat Winery
"We had End of the Line play at our Anniversary Party for Milbrandt Vineyards & Ryan Patrick Wines in Leavenworth! They were amazing! Highly recommend for any occasion."
Lindsey Reynolds, Ryan Patrick Wines
"End of the Line, Ramiro and Elaine played at the WildFlour Restaurant at our Wednesday locals night for the first time this past Wednesday. Their artistry was a natural fit for the environment. Set in the mountains, both Ramiro’s magic fingers on the strings of his guitar and Elaine’s angelic voice were a perfect blend. Our table was both mesmerized and energized both by the music performed. We would gladly have them back for another End of the Line musical “fix”... you just cannot go wrong with these two!!"
Dennis Broughton, music coordinator of the Wild Flour Restaurant