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Last Call

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"Last Call @ Musical Depot"

Says reporter Nick Hilbourne (describing the scene at Musical Depot on August 1st, Last Call’s second show): “The seats filled up quickly, and when there were none left, people didn’t mind claiming a spot on the floor. House band Last Call opened and closed the event… They played a few covers and an original called ‘Times We Had’. The guitars were loud with a raw, uncensored sound. Sweet images of jam halls came to mind. There were few theatrics- nobody running across the stage, no agonizing stage faces. There was just music and that was just fine. People were relaxed, soaking up the music, some catching the whine of the electric guitar in their bones.” - Florence Morning News


In the process of recording the "Two Weeks Notice EP" at Six + 1 Studios in Florence, SC.



Last Call was founded in a very unique way. The members all teach lessons at the same music store in Florence, a store named "Musical Depot." Last Call was founded by singer Hugh Garrett and guitarist Andrew Wade. The guys then approached piano teacher Tyler Ham about joining. Two weeks later, drummer Tyler Rasberry was hired as the drum instructor and joined Last Call on percussion. Brice Leggett was the last member of the band to join, but he too works at Musical Depot. Last Call played on the main stage at the 2008 Florence Pecan Festival, an event which drew over 40,000 people to the streets of downtown Florence. Last Call has also played at places such as The New Brookland Tavern in Columbia, SC and Creek Ratz in Florence. The band is in the process of booking shows for 2009 and is set to open up for Sequoyah Prep School on January 31st in Florence. The guys are also in the studio recording their first EP, "Two Weeks Notice," and will have it released in January of 2009.