"I found out last minute that his concert was happening at the Santa Barbara Bull, and I was all alone. He played some songs that I was familiar with but then he sat down at the piano and played this song, which was 'Accidental Babies,'" Bell said. "I was so moved -- I was totally moved to tears."
Loretta Lynn's music is known to have undertaken the social issues of her time. "After the Fire's Gone" is a collaboration with Lynn's good friend Conway Twitty.
The song explored adult romantic relationships allowing Lynn to win her first Vocal Duo of the Year award in 1972.
Bell describes the song as devastating. "It's about the ending of a relationship when there's no fire," Bell said.
Lynn's music also brought real-life issues to radios of people all over the world. In "When the Tingle Becomes a Chill," she sings about the loss of desire that is associated with a bad marriage.
"She's actually singing about that," Bell said.