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Album Stats
Stories Of A Stranger: 43%
6
Souls Aflame: 21%
3
In Between Now and Then: 14%
2
The Wanderer: 14%
2
Any Time Now: 7%
1

Show Rarity: 37.8%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Palace Theatre 02.16.2006 - Louisville, KY With: The Exit
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Wonderful Day
    3. Dareh Meyod
    4. One Shot
    5. City on Down
    6. Mr. Moon
    7. Black Rock (Blood Outro)
    8. Destination (Fire on the Mountain Tag)
    9. Daylight the Dog
    10. Hey Girl
    11. I Feel Home
    12. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
  2. Encore:
    1. Dakota
    2. Love and Memories
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

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Reviews Wow...need i say more. The Set was crazy, the lights were amazing, the band was feelin it. My 4th concert and OAR made sure it was the best one. By far the best part was chillin with marc and richard after the concert in the rain. OAR...couldnt have asked for more! -Brist24al February 17, 2006
Been to several O.A.R. concerts, and this was the best so far. The set was great, crowd was rocking, and the guys just put on an amazing show. Opening with "52-50" really got the crowd going, and "City on Down" blew everyone out of the water. The venue was also amazing...if you get a chance to see O.A.R. at the Palace, TAKE IT. I can't wait for the guys to come back to Louisville. Awesome concert. -sefus12 February 17, 2006
Great place for a concert. Great lights and energy, but one thing that really bummed me out was the end. How can you play Love and Memories to end a concert. I love the band, love them live, but when that might be the worst song i've ever heard. But other than that, hell of a show. 52-50 was the shit and so was city on down. Keep on rockin but start or play love and memories in the end. I didnt like leaving the show on a bad note. -scubasteve47250 February 17, 2006
Great show, good crowd, good energy, Marc interacted with the crowd alot and just looked like he was having fun up there it was great, coulda done without love and memories at the end but i loved dakota, and this was my 4th show and first time seeing I feel home, definitely made the trip worth it. -ut4ever8 February 17, 2006
I've been to a lot of shows, this was alright. The band was really into all there songs which created a great vibe for the fans. 52-50 was a great opening. Daylight the dog wasn't needed and i wasn't to happy with love and memories as an encore.I loved the Blood outro with black rock and destination put it over the top. I feel home was really good and it was perfect because at that time i needed it the most. City on down was so good as it usually is. What made the night perfect was standing in the rain with marc and rich getting there autograph and getting some pictures after show. I met jerry before the show and it was so worth the drive to see the show. The guys in the band are soo amazing and so down to earth, can't wait to see the next show -bstein5 February 17, 2006
Short show but it was good while it lasted... It was great when he called someone on some random cell phone and played poker right after. -tedies February 17, 2006
My very first OAR show. I was in the pit with my friend Chuhs and myself....Truly tied for the best concert i have attended...

I was stunned. City On Down is my fave song by OAR and when they played it they played it for a young man who lost his life at a young age for a friend of theirs. It was beautiful. Everyone was into it. I cannot express how amazing the show was. I was moving the entire time. Amazing...After the show...i was able to meet Jerry, Marc, and Chris. They were all very chill and cool. Also Black Rock was unbelievable as well. Hey Girl was by far the most energy i felt when they played it. Chuhs and I drove from Belleville, IL to see them. It was more than i ever expected...I was amazed

Gavin -RobZimmerman February 17, 2006
5th O.A.R. show I have been to in a 2 years and was one of the best and was worth the drive. Crazy lights, crowd, and music. I couldnt have asked for more from the band. Facemelter thanks for the set list. Cant wait to see them again at IU on Sunday. 2 O.A.R. concerts in 4 days doesnt get any better!!! -aus0503 February 17, 2006
it was my first concert and i loved it. it was incredible/. i wish they could have played nasim joon or right on time but i can't complain/. it was incredible/. seeing jerry go crazy on the sax was awesome/. and i got one of richard's picks. -storiesofanamericanidiot February 17, 2006
Ok...my name is dj and i was recently introduced to O.A.R.(havent heard them in vegas) My first concert was definetely worth the 4 hour drive from WV. i got pix with mark and rich and mark signed my tiket. O.A.R. is definetely without a doubt my favoritist band ever. Great f-in show. cya in WV in April and Pheonix in June!!!!! -ucss14 February 18, 2006
Badass show....will see again -seimurdaddy February 19, 2006