- Set 1:
* with Jed Wheton of The Southland on vocals.
* with Nicholas Gusikoff of The Southland on guitar.
* with Stephen Kellogg on vocals.
* with Brian Factor of Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers on vocals.
* with Keith Karlson of Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers on vocals.
|Derek Gilbert & Aaron Liber|
Reviews I went both nights in Beantown and this was definatly the better show. The crowd, the setlist, everything was just a little better. Loved when Kellog came out for The Weight. The security was also better because Wednesday night they had no control. Can't wait for them to come back to Boston. -zamboner386 July 28, 2005
Thought O.A.R. was great as always, I think "Heard the world" is an amazing song and i cant wait to hear it on the new CD. I cant wait for the new CD period and i look forward to seeing them back in beantown soon!
-ToySTORE July 29, 2005
Oar's energy made up for a setlist that was on the weaker side. Heard The World was definetly a good new song, and I look forward to hearing it on the new CD. About an Hour Ago and So Moved On were two of the better songs they did. Missing Peices was a great way to end it, all in all i'd give the show a 3 out of 5. -MrBrown July 29, 2005
This is my third show at the Pavilion and I found my new favorite spot.... maybe I'm getting old by I had an amazing time just chillin' in the back at the tables. Plenty of room to dance, easy acess to beers and b-rooms, sound was good enough. Show was really a lot of fun for me. #12 overall. SMO was the clear highlight. Wonderful Day was a great way to kick it off. I'd give the show a 4.5 out of 5. -themountin July 29, 2005
I'd like to say that this show was great, and that the crowd was awesome. I am happy that everyone enjoyed the show and didn't ruin it for others like back in April.
Lots of energy in all of the songs, no complaints here! -cbren81 July 29, 2005
o.a.r. was dirty. probably my 15th show, and it never gets old. came in late last night, missed hey girl, thank god. i loved destination with fire on the mountain, wish they would play more dead covers. The Weight was a sick cover, and the first time i've heard The Band's song live. Now if o.a.r. came back to boston and played dirty water, that would be ri-god-damn-diculous -Choppah13 July 29, 2005
wow amazing shows i went both nights and i had a great time both nights. i think after all the O.A.R. shows ive been these two nights had the best setlists, it was my 2nd time hearing them play the weight, they actually played it last summer at the fleet boston, and it was awsome how they came out with kellogg their former tour buddies. I read a review from the night before and someone said Pepper was weak? honestly they must not appreciate music cus pepper played great, and probably O.A.R.'s best opening act. They pumped up the crowd so much, i just wish oar and pepper played a song. Overall amazing and i cant wait for O.A.R. to come back to boston -lax12388 July 29, 2005
they probably couldn't have played with pepper because i saw the pepper guys out back at the beer stands getting hammered..... -Fitzy787 July 29, 2005
i went to the show the nite before and i felt that all around this show was the best. The energy was amazing and everyone around was so chill. This is my 4th show and i def can not get enough of OAR. [i thought they could have used a better band than Pepper to open up for them tho] I am really excited to hear their new CD and def can not wait till they come back to beantown. -connolka August 3, 2005
unbelieveable show. i was just to the right of centerstage. i would have liked to have heard black rock or i feel home though. -bmacd87 March 18, 2006