- Set 1:
- About Mr. Brown
- Missing Pieces (Lively Up Yourself Tag)
- Lay Down
- Hey Girl (Date Intro)
- Daylight the Dog
- Heard the World
- Ran Away to the Top of the World Today ->
- Delicate Few
- Tragedy in Waiting *
- Sunday Bloody Sunday
- The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) ->
- City on Down
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with the "Tamborine Ninja".
Reviews show was good, and the crowd was better than the last KC shows. Marc was continually saying how loud the crowd was and how much he appreciated it. About Mr. Brown was a good opener to get the place jumping. Daylight the Dog, in my opinion, is one of the weaker songs on the new album and wasnt that great live. Heard the World was the highlight of the night. Great song live. Naked was an awesome surprise and none of the young fans new what it was. I dont remember the last time they played that. Dakota was solid to open the encore. Marc tried to trick the audience with a "new TRL" song that they had never played before, and then played Poker. All in all a good show. -smulax27 November 10, 2005
WOW OH WOW. First off let me say that Michael Tolcher was great!!! He blew me away. He had soo much energy. What a great way to start the show! A few thoughts:
AMB- Great opener!!!
LD- Best version that I have ever seen!!
DTD- Abosolutely amazing. I'm not the biggest fan of the song, but from that performance I am now.
SBS- WOW What can I say! I am speachless!!!
This show was by far the most energetic I have seen. The band seemed very very into it. They were dancing around and having a great time!! Benj was very energetic. He really got into it. They were laughing and playing flawlessly. Marc kept pointing the mic to the crowd for us to sing and man it sounded great. Loved the ninja drum tech. That was hilarious!!! Only downfall was the crowd sufing. Marc stopped it for a while,but by poker it was back. Then this idiot got into a scuffle behind us and the security people let the guys drop him on his head over the rail. All in all worth the drive!!!! But then again it always is. Thanks for another GREAT show!
-stlang3l November 10, 2005
My first O.A.R. show even though I have been listening to them solid for the last year and a half. I thought it was awesome. I'm a big fan of 59th street bridge song (not sure why) and was ecstatic to see them play it. Lay Down: awesome, Heard The World: awesome, Risen: awesome.... what am i talking about they were all awesome! couple that i wished they would have played (like Get Away, and Patiently) but hey you can't have it all... energy really picked up and by the time they finished City On Down, i thought my ears were going to bleed because we were cheering so loud for the encore... Love and Memories in my mind was the weakest song, but all in all it was an awesome show (minus the crowd surfing which i knew would piss marc off and it did) HOPE TO SEE MORE -ianjohnsa November 11, 2005
This show was off the charts high energy!!! I can't believe how loud this place was!!! City on down was just plain sick!!!! what an experience, these guys just keep getting better and better every time I see them. Well done O.A.R.!!! -Kozloff79 November 14, 2005
Loved the show. Sunday bloody sunday was awesome. Liked the more personal feel(being closer to the band). KC doesn't seem to have caught on to O.A.R. like STL has - kc crowd was small and didn't know the songs. -jctorres November 14, 2005
great show! the crowd was going with about mr. brown, all the songs were good and going until daylight the dog.....its a new song so they have to work on it a bit, sunday bloody sunday was a good song to get the crowd moving even more. the only thing that sucked was when marc had to stop the show because of crowd surfers being idiots, overall the show was good, this show was more fun than all the other o.a.r. shows i have been too! -twosteptitus November 15, 2005
Brought four of my best friends to Memorial--their first O.A.R. concert. Best night of my life. The venue was intimate. I can't believe 59th Street and Naked in the SAME setlist! About Mr. Brown was crazy. The best though was City On Down with my closest friends. Doesn't get much better than that. -suhlm October 26, 2006