Last Call

Album: Feel That Fire (2009)
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Songfacts®:

  • This bluegrass-flavored song is a duet with Ronnie McCoury of the Del McCoury Band.
  • McCoury originally wrote this song with the title "Last Call For Alcohol." It is the second McCoury song Bentley has recorded. He previously covered "Good Man Like Me" on his 2005 Modern Day Drifter set.
  • Bentley has recorded at least one bluegrass song on every album he has recorded to date. He told AOL: "I wouldn't have a career without bluegrass music. There's a bar in Nashville called the Station Inn - that's where I got my start. So it really has a special place in my heart."

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