The Men of Last Call

Award-Winning All-Male A Cappella from Cornell University


The story of Last Call begins back in 1993, when four Cornellians decided they wanted to add their own unique flavor to the music scene at Cornell. They set out upon their mission with one goal: to form a singing group that would do more than simply sing on stage. This a cappella group would sing, dance, perform skits, and make every performance, no matter how small, feel like a full-blown concert.

Hundreds of concerts, dozens of pitch pipes, and one shot-glass of Tide detergent later, Last Call is still at Cornell doing just that. We have performed for sororities, weddings, non-profits, businesses, birthday parties, and even performed live on NBC’s the Today Show.

Though we dance and crack jokes like it’s our job, Last Call takes its music very seriously. We have received a number of awards within the a cappella community, and continue to strive for musical excellence. In the end, though, Last Call is about experiencing music; experiencing it while cheering alongside your friends at one of our concerts, experiencing it while sitting at home alone blasting our newest single Take Me To Church on your Spotify, or—if you’ve got the right pipes—experiencing it while performing up on stage with us. With this in mind, we hope to see you at any of our upcoming gigs, and encourage you to explore the rest of the site. 

 

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