- Set 1:
* with Vince Scheuerman of Army Of Me on vocals.
$ with Brad Tursi of Army Of Me on guitar.
Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.
Reviews Pretty good show. They played a lot of the new stuff which was expected since they haven't been to this area before. It was great to hear a couple of old songs though like So Moved On and Night Shift. Crowd was full of high school kids and way too young. -ND-OARfan May 1, 2006
This was my third oar show in the last year and it might have been the best selist. the problem was of course the drunk college assholes who wouldn't stop pushing and body surfing, marc had to say something like 4 times he said, "let's take care of each other, we don't want anybody gettin hurt", and one time you could tell he was really pissed cause he just shook his head and walked back, stupid drunk idiots who aren't even there for the music. Marc handled it great, and they didn't have to stay and play for that stupid crowd.
now the review. it was great that they started with about mr. brown. So Moved On was amazing, all the songs were really done great instrumentally, they get better everytime i see them. Nasim Joon into Hey Girl was cool, good jam in there. Nightshift was really cool to hear, that was one of the songs the crowd was really into. They started doing an 80s song right before that and i can't figure out what it was. it was just a tease then they went into nightshift. Poker was great as always. just a great show, minus the crowd -reomamakin May 1, 2006
This was my 8th show, and unfortunatly not the best. The crowd was a huge factor. Other than that, I loved the setlist, (especially So Moved On and Night Shift!), and was really impressed by Jerry's solos. -tommyboy5 May 1, 2006
This was my fourth show in 13 months and I have very mixed emotions about it. To start off, I was one of the first people to buy tickets and they must have moved the stage after tickets went on sale, because I was miles from the stage. I found some decent seats to squat in, but my other three shows were front row so any seats would not have been as good. The band on the other hand was great. They didn't try to be as "radio" friendly as the target center but still played some newer stuff. There set list was also great- beyond anything I was hoping for. So moved on was great and the Dareh Meyod jam was awesome. -delicatefewinnd May 2, 2006
The great thing about drunk, even sober, high school kids...without fail they always seem to move out of your way with a gentle knudge as you glide gracefully ever closer to the stage. -OARfanNC May 2, 2006
Based on a video I found on you tube,this show contains a brief cover of Slightly Stoopid's,"Officer"maybe the 80's style tune That was mentioned? -jrsone_2000 March 10, 2007