Last Flight Out
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Last Flight Out

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Red Light Lay
Never Let Go
Kill Me with Kindness
No Answers
***Note all songs available here are DEMO quality. Please contact for CD Quality.


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Last Flight Out was originally formed by Mark Brady (AKA Spider), and Connery Faire in 2002. The members have changed over the years, but LFO has remained steady and strong.

“Spider” – (Electric Lead Guitar, Lead Male Vocal, Backing Vocals, Lyricist and Writer) originally wrote and recorded pop/rock music, with over 20 songs to his credit. His music was available for download on the internet. After meeting Connery Faire from America on the same website, “Spider” changed his style of writing and became the lead male vocalist, rhythm guitarist and lead electric guitarist of Last Flight Out.

Connery Faire (Bass, Flute, Lead Female Vocal, Backing Vocals, Lyricist and Writer) from Orlando, Florida USA. Originally, Faire wrote and recorded Christian rock music, with 15 songs to her credit. Her music was also available on the internet.

In 1999, “Spider” and Faire began writing songs together though they lived 20,000 miles apart. Eventually “Spider” and Faire decided they needed to close the gap if they were going to make this band idea a reality. “Spider” spent time in the states. Faire spent time in New Zealand.

As Faire flew with "Spider" for the first time to New Zealand aboard an American Airlines flight, the Trade Centers were hit by sister planes and abolished. Their flight was the Last Flight to leave the LAX airport that morning. (12:30 am September 11, 2001)

Joe Teinakore "Joefish" (Drums) joined Last Flight Out in November 2003. From the moment he walked in for an interview with his full drum kit which took over an hour to set up, until he quit banging on them, “Spider” and Faire were captivated. Joefish though only 21 at the time, had the fire and dedication all bands hope for. Also bored with covers and having dreams of being like the “Dream Theatre” drummer, Joefish began looking for his special place in the music world. When he saw the ad in the paper, he knew he was the one for the job.

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