Last One Done
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Last One Done

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Feb
21
Last One Done @ Hogue Barmichael's

Irvine, CA, None, USA

Irvine, CA, None, USA

Jan
18
Last One Done @ The Gig (266 people)

Hollywood, CA, None, USA

Hollywood, CA, None, USA

Jun
16
Last One Done @ Acoustic Show @ Westwood Brew Co.

Westwood, CA, None, USA

Westwood, CA, None, USA

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Discography

-4 Song Demo-
Fall Away
Across The Room
Falter
Wait And See
Corona Song
-Full Live Cd-

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Bio

At the age of 17 Isaiah got his first guitar and began learning how to play. Yet, it wasn't until college that he discovered that he had a talent for writing music and singing.

Throughout the rest of his college career he continued to write music and find his voice. He had brief stints with other bands, but nothing ever panned out.

After graduation, his songs began burning a hole in his pocket. He decided to pursue music and began looking for people to be in a band together.

With no luck in finding other musicians Isaiah played solo at friend's parties and get togethers. But, friends continuously encouraged him to look for people to be in a band. He decided to look again and put up notices at all nearby colleges and music stores searching for a bassist and drummer.

Finally, after a few unsuccessful months, someone sees his ad at U.C.I. A bass player from the East Coast. The bass player was Josh Nichols. This was the fall of 1999.

They began jamming together in an upstairs room in Isaiah's condo whenever they could, but it was difficult with their demanding schedules. Isaiah was a manager at A & F, and Josh was a bio major at U.C.I.
When Josh finally graduated in the spring of 2000 they were able to put more time into the band and began searching for a drummer.

Meanwhile, the two of them continued playing at parties together and continued jamming with and auditioning other musicians.

In August of 2001 David Keel, Isaiah's old friend from high school, relocates to Orange County. Always having admired David's guitar playing, Isaiah asked Dave to jam with Josh and him. They find they have such a great chemistry together adding new life to Isaiah's songs that David decides to be in the band. The search for a drummer begins again.

The results were minimal, so Isaiah and David formulated a new plan. They're going to get their long time friend and drummer Keith Arlotti to play with them. They asked Keith to come play parties with them down in O.C. Unfortunately, with Keith living in L.A. and playing with another band he found this impossible. Yet, he agreed to help them out on a demo C.D. ‘so that they can have something to market to other drummers.'

In September 2001 they recorded their first demo C.D. at The Sound Matrix in Fountain Valley, CA. Although it was only recorded and mastered in two days they were very impressed with the outcome. They decided to quickly have 1000 printed for distribution. There was such a great response that the band knew that there was only one drummer for them. The seed was also planted in Keith's mind and two weeks later he began making arrangements to relocate to O.C.

Three months later Keith relocated to Orange County after quitting his other band in October. The long time dream of the three of them playing together finally became a reality.

Last One Done is formed.

Although LOD has only been playing together for a few short months they have already built up a huge following. Their shows are highly energetic and fun without losing the personal connection with the crowd.

LOD has an infectious groove that makes you want to get up and dance. Their acoustically driven sound with its original melodies, catchy hooks, and vocal harmonies have fans singing along to the lyrics and bobbing their heads to the beat. Fans never know what to expect with LOD because they are always looking to mix things up with their impromptu jams or surprise musical guests.

Being at a Last One Done show is something you could never forget!