Stefanie Brinegar

Stefanie is the lead female vocalist for the band and is always super excited to take the stage. She has always been passionate about singing and started performing in bands back in her college days! She has been singing with This End Up since it's inception when the band was formed to play at a fundraiser benefiting her friend's son. Her favorite artists to cover are Pink and Kelly Clarkson but she also likes to sing a little country now and then! One of the best things about being in the band is the fact that she gets to work with her incredibly kind hearted band mates while doing what she loves so much!

Stefanie Brinegar

Stefanie is the lead female vocalist for the band and is always super excited to take the stage. She has always been passionate about singing and started performing in bands back in her college days! She has been singing with This End Up since it's inception when the band was formed to play at a fundraiser benefiting her friend's son. Her favorite artists to cover are Pink and Kelly Clarkson but she also likes to sing a little country now and then! One of the best things about being in the band is the fact that she gets to work with her incredibly kind hearted band mates while doing what she loves so much!

Anthony George

Anthony is the lead male vocalist and guitarist for This End Up. It was evident to everyone that Anthony had "the beat" from the very moment his parents placed maracas in his 4 year old hands. Early on as a teenager he began playing drums then changed to electric guitar and started his first band without delay. Throughout the 80's he enjoyed musical success in top Chicago rock/pop bands including the famed, harmony-driven Chicago rock band of the 1980's "Dreamer" and "The All Night Newsboys". Dreamer was voted one of the best "Chicago born" groups by the Chicago Sun Times. Anthony joined "This End Up" and has had the pleasure of playing with these talented and seasoned musicians for the past 3 years. Musical influences include Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, and Eric Clapton, to name a few. Hard hitting rock n' roll with elegant aspects of vocal and guitar is his thematic hallmark. Anthony lives in Downers Grove Illinois with his family, and "yes" his two sons are musicians too; it starts early with his clan in carrying on the family tradition.

Anthony George

Anthony is the lead male vocalist and guitarist for This End Up. It was evident to everyone that Anthony had "the beat" from the very moment his parents placed maracas in his 4 year old hands. Early on as a teenager he began playing drums then changed to electric guitar and started his first band without delay. Throughout the 80's he enjoyed musical success in top Chicago rock/pop bands including the famed, harmony-driven Chicago rock band of the 1980's "Dreamer" and "The All Night Newsboys". Dreamer was voted one of the best "Chicago born" groups by the Chicago Sun Times. Anthony joined "This End Up" and has had the pleasure of playing with these talented and seasoned musicians for the past 3 years. Musical influences include Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, and Eric Clapton, to name a few. Hard hitting rock n' roll with elegant aspects of vocal and guitar is his thematic hallmark. Anthony lives in Downers Grove Illinois with his family, and "yes" his two sons are musicians too; it starts early with his clan in carrying on the family tradition.

Dave Feltenberger

Dave is the keyboard player for This End Up. He is the only member of the band lucky enough to be involved with music from morning till night. He starts his mornings at the local west suburban park districts teaching the ever so popular Kid Rock and Tot Rock classes to kids ages 1 - 5. In the afternoons and early evenings, Dave can be found teaching piano lessons to everyone from kids to grandparents. He teaches at PM Music in Naperville as well as at www.StudioCellar.com in Bartlett, (his in home studio). His studio also doubles as a recording studio were many local bands produce demo recordings, full length cd's, as well as the occasional jingles heard on "The River Morning Radio Show" out of Naperville. Dave used to be the sound man for This End Up band until an opening for a keyboard player became available. He jumped at the opportunity to play with such a well respected and seasoned band. The vocals, music and personal relationships among the players in the band made this an easy decision. 

Dave Feltenberger

Dave is the keyboard player for This End Up. He is the only member of the band lucky enough to be involved with music from morning till night. He starts his mornings at the local west suburban park districts teaching the ever so popular Kid Rock and Tot Rock classes to kids ages 1 - 5. In the afternoons and early evenings, Dave can be found teaching piano lessons to everyone from kids to grandparents. He teaches at PM Music in Naperville as well as at www.StudioCellar.com in Bartlett, (his in home studio). His studio also doubles as a recording studio were many local bands produce demo recordings, full length cd's, as well as the occasional jingles heard on "The River Morning Radio Show" out of Naperville. Dave used to be the sound man for This End Up band until an opening for a keyboard player became available. He jumped at the opportunity to play with such a well respected and seasoned band. The vocals, music and personal relationships among the players in the band made this an easy decision. 

Al Brown

Al plays lead guitar and performs backup vocals for the band.  Al Brown ("The Doctor") is an Interventional Cardiologist with Advocate Medical Group in Naperville, Illinois and Chief of Cardiology at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois. When he is not fulfilling his medical responsibilities, he loves performing with This End Up. He started playing guitar in sixth grade and has played with multiple bands through high school, college, medical school and residency. He has played with This End Up band since it´s inception 11 years ago. He took ten years of classical piano training but switched to guitar to pursue his love of rock music. This End Up provides the opportunity to perform a wide range of rock music from classic rock to disco to country rock and current music. Al says he "loves the variety of great music" provided by the band!

Al Brown

Al plays lead guitar and performs backup vocals for the band.  Al Brown ("The Doctor") is an Interventional Cardiologist with Advocate Medical Group in Naperville, Illinois and Chief of Cardiology at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois. When he is not fulfilling his medical responsibilities, he loves performing with This End Up. He started playing guitar in sixth grade and has played with multiple bands through high school, college, medical school and residency. He has played with This End Up band since it´s inception 11 years ago. He took ten years of classical piano training but switched to guitar to pursue his love of rock music. This End Up provides the opportunity to perform a wide range of rock music from classic rock to disco to country rock and current music. Al says he "loves the variety of great music" provided by the band!

Matt Soukal

Matt is the bass player for This End Up. When not playing in the band he is busy consulting in the IT world, and is co-owner of Eugenija's Hair Design, in Naperville, Illinois. Matt´s mother was a gifted soprano and she taught Matt and his brothers how to sing harmony vocals at an early age. Matt grew up in a neighborhood that had many good guitar players performing in bands but were looking for a bassist. For that reason, at 15 years old he switched from six string guitar to bass guitar and now states he "never regrets laying down bottom end" when performing. Matt has toured and performed with several bands over the years learning a wide variety of music genres. In 2006, This End Up asked Matt to join the band and he immediately became an integral part of the band. Matt says that This End Up band allows him to " Be able to work with talented musicians who take pride in their music. It's a pleasure playing with this group that takes music seriously and who strive to take their music to an ever higher level."

Matt Soukal

Matt is the bass player for This End Up. When not playing in the band he is busy consulting in the IT world, and is co-owner of Eugenija's Hair Design, in Naperville, Illinois. Matt´s mother was a gifted soprano and she taught Matt and his brothers how to sing harmony vocals at an early age. Matt grew up in a neighborhood that had many good guitar players performing in bands but were looking for a bassist. For that reason, at 15 years old he switched from six string guitar to bass guitar and now states he "never regrets laying down bottom end" when performing. Matt has toured and performed with several bands over the years learning a wide variety of music genres. In 2006, This End Up asked Matt to join the band and he immediately became an integral part of the band. Matt says that This End Up band allows him to " Be able to work with talented musicians who take pride in their music. It's a pleasure playing with this group that takes music seriously and who strive to take their music to an ever higher level."

Edie Rosner

Edie is the drummer for This End Up.  She has been playing drums since she was 7 years old and is truly the backbone of the band.  Her amazing talent and her ability to keep the band "in the pocket" has made her a critical part of the success of the band. Edie has been a professional musician for many years and has performed with many bands in the Chicagoland area.  Initially playing cello in her high school orchestra,  Edie eventually switched to the percussion section and found home.  Since that time, she has consistently played in various rock, soul and blues bands.   She subbed a few times with This End Up in 2009  and she happily accepted their offer to join as a full time member in 2015.  Edie is grateful and content to be in the company of such talented and uniquely congenial bandmates.  She  loves the variety of music performed.  

Edie Rosner

Edie is the drummer for This End Up.  She has been playing drums since she was 7 years old and is truly the backbone of the band.  Her amazing talent and her ability to keep the band "in the pocket" has made her a critical part of the success of the band. Edie has been a professional musician for many years and has performed with many bands in the Chicagoland area.  Initially playing cello in her high school orchestra,  Edie eventually switched to the percussion section and found home.  Since that time, she has consistently played in various rock, soul and blues bands.   She subbed a few times with This End Up in 2009  and she happily accepted their offer to join as a full time member in 2015.  Edie is grateful and content to be in the company of such talented and uniquely congenial bandmates.  She  loves the variety of music performed.