Welcome to www.MenofLastCall.com!

We are Last Call, one of Cornell's award-winning a cappella groups and a bunch of all around fun-loving guys. Singing is our thing, and we're glad to have the chance to share our sweet sweet music with you. Feel free to explore the site, and don’t forget to check out our newest album Untapped!


Newbie Arch Sing Vol. 1467

Posted on September 19, 2015

We once again have a newbie arch sing with the lovely Touchtones! Of course, we will be featuring our wonderful nubile newbies, Chase Thomas and Jeremy Gartland!


Our new babies, along with the Touchtones Lizzy Easter ’18, Karalyn Pappas ’18, and Dara Tokunboh ’19, have joined the wide scary world of a cappella. Join us as we watch their beautiful baby eyes take in the wondrous world of Balch Arch. Also check out the Facebook event!

The Neophytes of Last Call

Posted on September 7, 2015

Thank you to all those who auditioned this year! We had a lot of really talented auditionees with an already large group and it was tough choices all around. After hours of deliberation, we’re excited to congratulate:

Chase Thomas ’19 and Jeremy Gartland ’18

on joining us.

Look out for more updates on their progress as we indoctrinate them in the ways of Last Call!

Fall 2015 Auditions!

Posted on August 23, 2015


We are The Men of Last Call, and we’re thrilled to begin our search for the next generation of Cornell’s most talented performers. Think you have what it takes? Come audition for us! We’re looking for guys who like to sing and want to have a great time while doing it.

To audition, it’s simple! Just show up at one of our audition locations with a short (approx. 30 sec.) contemporary solo that gives us a glimpse of what you can do, and we’ll guide you through the rest! Our auditions are always fun and stress-free, and we encourage everyone who’s considering auditioning to come out and give it a shot! Audition times/locations are as follows:

Tuesday, 8/25: 6-8pm @ RPCC 220
Monday, 8/31: 7-10pm @ Lincoln Hall 117
Tuesday, 9/1: 6-9pm @ RPCC 220
Wednesday, 9/2: 6-9pm @ Lincoln Hall 107
Thursday, 9/3: 6:30-9:30pm @ Lincoln Hall B08

And, if you’re interested in seeing what Last Call is all about, come check out one of our O-Week Archsing performances! We’ll be performing:

Saturday, 8/22: 8-9pm @ Collegetown Bagels
Sunday, 8/23: 7:30-8:30pm @ Balch Arch
Monday, 8/24: 7:30-8:30pm @ CKB Skybridge

We’ll be hanging around after these performances to answer any questions you guys may have about our group or the audition process, but if you can’t make it to one of our Archsings, feel free to stop by the ACAC (A Cappella Advisory Council) Meet & Greet on Monday, 8/24 from 2-3 to meet us! More info to follow.

In the meantime, be sure to visit our Facebook page for more information. If you’d like to reach out to us directly, feel free to contact our Music Director, Pablo, at pg339@cornell.edu! Finally, check out our YouTube channel for videos of past performances.

Looking forward to seeing you guys soon!

Take Me To Church – Single

Posted on August 19, 2015


The Men of Last Call are pleased to announce the release of Take Me To Church! With a dark, brooding arrangement by Pablo Garcia-Quesada and a haunting solo by Steve Markham, it’s a track you won’t want to miss! Album artwork credit and a huge thanks go to Keven Schaich. Check it out on YouTube, and look for it on iTunes and Spotify soon.

Latch – Single

Posted on April 9, 2015

Latch - Single

The Men of Last Call are proud to release our take on the Disclosure and Sam Smith hit, Latch!

Check out the track on YouTube and look for it on Spotify and iTunes starting on April 11th, the day of our 20th Anniversary spring concert Straight Up XX: Eurotrip.

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Check Out Our Latest Album!


Released 2013

It's finally here! At the 2013 Fall Concert, Last Call released its seventh album, Untapped. From Lady Gaga to John Legend, house music to an original ballad, this album runs the gamut of genres and reflects the beauty of the eclectic nature of our group. Its breadth in sound, energy, and emotion is a testament to who we are as a diverse brotherhood. Check it out! Find it in the Cornell store, on iTunes, or right here for information on how to purchase your very own copy!