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Album Stats
Stories Of A Stranger: 41%
In Between Now and Then: 18%
Souls Aflame: 18%
The Wanderer: 12%
Cover Songs: 12%

Show Rarity: 34.41%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Wolstein Center 02.08.2006 - Cleveland, OH With: Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Wonderful Day
    3. Dareh Meyod
    4. Anyway *
    5. Road Outside Columbus
    6. One Shot
    7. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) ->
    8. City on Down
    9. Lay Down
    10. The Wanderer
    11. Heard the World
    12. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (Highest Mountain Outro)
    13. Hey Girl (Date Intro)
    14. Love and Memories #
  2. Encore:
    1. Dakota
    2. Black Rock
    3. Like a Rolling Stone $
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with the "Facemelter" on guitar.
# with the "Tamborine Ninja".
$ with Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers

J. Steed
Live O.A.R.

Reviews Insane show!!! best show i have seen the guys put on. They fed off the energy from the crowd which was great. not a lot of crowd surfers thank god!!! Strong setlist..even though i was on the floor, i thought it was shady not to let anyone else down there without a wristband. all the tickets were the same price. there was definitly room for more people on the floor..GREAT SHOW!!!! -justparty6 February 8, 2006
4TH O.A.R. concert this year, ranks second on my list. Nothing can out do the hometown crowd down in MD. Overall good setlist, I wish they would play About Mr. Brown more often. Crowd was okay for a weeknight, as usual no one knows the words to anything but poker, love and memories, and hey girl, but its nice to be the only one who knows all the words. Wish I had the fifteen bucks to meet the band after the show I'm sure that would have been awesome. Can't wait for the summer tour to roll through MD and PA home of the best O.A.R. fans around. -oldman168 February 9, 2006
I was at this was amazing. O.A.R. rocked the place. Although it was a lot like the concert at A.J. polumbo which i was also at. -conqueringfool20 February 9, 2006
OMG what and AMAZING SHOW!!! Busting out Anyway and The Wanderer. The Crowd was REALLY into it and you could tell the guys were loving every second of playing. The crowd was SUPER young, 16-17 year olds as far as the eye could see, but i think oldmantime168 is wrong, the crowd was singing right along with them. They didnt know every song like some of us, but they knew 90 percent. MUCH better setlist than in Pittburgh. This is one of the best shows I have seen. Just awesome!!! -AtownRounder87 February 9, 2006
I have been watching them perform since the Fall of 1998 when I went to Ohio State; I have seen them at little bars and apartment complexes. This in my opinion was the best show that I have seen in person. It was almost like I made the set list, to hear Anyway and The Wanderer was great. The only song I would have liked to hear would have been I Feel Home, but non the less, an amazing show. -GreekSerb February 9, 2006
What a Great Show Best I've ever seen and meeting Jerry Before the show backstage and getting his autograph was amazing. The only thing wrong was the kids who didn't even know the music that were trying to fight everyone in the front. Its a concert your gonna get bumped. But overall amazing show Black Rock was The best by far, and i wish they would close with something of their own. -BigGib127 February 9, 2006
this was my second show, but no doubt the best of the two. This setlist was absolutely amazing. Im glad i knew all the songs, its so fun to sing along to these guys. Like a Rolling Stone was insane - a perfect ending. Black Rock, City on Down, and the Wanderer were insane too. the crowd wasnt bad except for the high school girls dancing like they were at some club. this is an oar show. dont come if you dont know the songs. you go to oar shows to listen to the music and dance, not like sluts. it almost made me sick. Sooo much props to the guys for putting on a unforgettable show. it definately made some of my top concerts ever. -RightOnTime10 February 9, 2006
the show was AWESOME! they played a ton of high energy songs, i just wish they had done some older stuff, maybe nightshift and i feel home. as an 18 yr old girl i gotta say that not all of the younger people were there just to dress like sluts and dance. although there were definitely a lot of those. sweet concert, way better than the last time i got to see them. -nwu06 February 9, 2006
This was probably the best concert I have ever been 2. This was also my first O.A.R concert front and center what a amazing time except for the crowd suffers. great set list can't wait for the summer tour. -Graw79 February 10, 2006
Best OAR Concert i've been to. I was drunk for most of it but the parts i remember were amazing -GPreston33 February 11, 2006
floor was empty becuz of a little snow... pansies. but we braved the weather and ....THE SHOW WAS AMAZING. i strolled in just as 52-50 started, walked right up about 25 feet away. damn that owned. -akr0n March 31, 2006