Last Fall
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Last Fall

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"Last Fall"

“We are ready to show Jubilee what we’ve been working on. It is all coming together, the right people, the right place, the right time... ”
That’s Right! Last Fall is back playing their first show in over four years. If you remember, at one point Last Fall was an influential force in the local music scene. Their passionate music and dynamic live show always left their fans wanting more.
On Saturday, April 23, Last Fall veterans Brian Doss (Lead Guitarist), Casey Sherrer (Drums) and Bo Van Valkenburg (Vocals) with new comer Joe Collins (Bass) will once again hit the stage and play a show that you won’t want to miss!
The band has a new sound with a modern rock feel. You can expect to hear some of your favorite songs from the past two albums, with a fresh mix of new tracks. Over the past year Last Fall has been writing music for their upcoming album and preparing to go on tour next spring.
Be sure to check these guys out this year at Jubilee. If you can’t wait until then you can hear more at .
- Montgomery Advertiser


The latest ep released is titled "Greenroom". On it you will find the newest single titled "Good Enough" which will be hitting radio stations across the nation in the beginning of 2010.



Last Fall is Brian Doss (Lead Guitarist), Casey Sherrer (Drums), Joe Collins (Bass Guitar and Backup Vocals), and Bo Van Valkenburg (Lead Vocals and Guitar). Native of Montgomery, Alabama, Last Fall has been traveling all over the southeastern United States and beyond, performing various concerts, private and corporate functions, and other events.

Last Fall has done TV and Newspaper interviews, as well as radio and television talk shows because of the widespread interest in the band. Last Fall has opened for bands such as 38 Special, Jefferson Starship, Brother Cain and the Doobie Brothers. The members of Last Fall have also performed alongside bands such as A Day to Remember, The Hoods, Dead Man in Reno, and Trust Company, among many others.

Last Fall was featured on WSFA channel 12 and WAKA channel 8, who did broadcasts on the “Best rock band in Central-Alabama." They were also voted as the number one party band in Montgomery, Alabama, by the Montgomery Advertiser. Last Fall’s music has been played on several radio stations including 95.1 the FOX and The ROCK 102.5.