- Set 1:
- Love and Memories
- Dareh Meyod
- Night Shift
- The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) ->
- City on Down
- Heard the World
- Nasim Joon ->
- Hey Girl
- One Shot
- Mr. Moon
- That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (Highest Mountain Outro)
- She Gone (Only in Dreams) *
- Black Rock (What I Am Tag)
- Fool in the Rain
- Delicate Few (Second Half Only) $
- It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine) #
* with Andrew Poliakoff of Virginia Coalition on vocals.
$ with Andrew Poliakoff of Virginia Coalition on percussion.
$ with Paul Ottinger of Virginia Coalition on percussion.
# with many performers from the festival.
First time It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine) was played.
Reviews Kick ass show. He was worried too much about our safety though. we from c-town baby. -oops1388 June 26, 2006
I think the show could of been a lot better. The crowd was weak and 75% 15 year-old girls, and the band played right into that. Opening with "Love and Memories" proved that. The rest of the playlist was pretty good, with a nice mix of new and old. Loved "C.O.D." and "Dareh Meyod". "Hey Girl" wasn't bad. It seems like the festival may be coming to an end w/ the starting time being pushed back and only having 6-7 bands. Also, the O.a.R. crowd was weaker than in the past. -RFull08 June 26, 2006
Just a great show. L&M is not my favorite song, but when the spot light hit Jerry and he started his solo you could tell this was going to be a great one. Beside the guys smoking non stop all show next to us, the surfers (whiy the hell do you surf anyways?) this was a great show. Kind of short, but still just great. Delicate Few, Night Shift, City on down, She Gone ... does not get much better. Could have done without Mr. Moon, but owell. -AtownRounder87 June 27, 2006
The show was decent, not one of the best I have been to, but it was ok. The crowd sucked, which was part of the reason the show wasnt great, but i still love O.A.R. and won't hold it against them. -thedrake June 28, 2006
Abnormally older crowd...mostly upper-age guys. The band rocked, the crowd was slightly disappointing. Would have been much better if crowd was slightly more chill and just listened to the music. -lrdr_21 June 28, 2006
DROVE FROM ATLANTA TO SEE THIS AND WAS NOT DISSAPOINTED, SHOW WAS FUCKING AMAZING, LOVED NIGHTSHIFT, FOOL IN THE RAIN, AND SHE GONE W/ ANDY, ITS THE END OF THE WORLD WAS AN AWESOME SONG TO PLAY AND THEY NAILED IT, ONLY BAD PART WAS THE CROWD AND CLEVELAND... THAT CITY SMELT LIKE ASS -csschaff June 28, 2006
I totally agree the review by RFull08. The crowd was really weak which I attribute to the band becoming more popular. It seemed like no one around me had ever heard "She Gone" before, and the crowd was louder for "Heard the World" than Poker. I was kind of disappointed by all the new songs but the older stuff was sweet. The band themselves still rocked like always. -SCDname July 3, 2006
AWESOME! -irish2110 July 10, 2006
Horrible crowd. Too many people worried about crowd surfing and/or fighting. A decent set list, not a very good opener but a great closer! Good show overall. Only in right before O.A.R. -TMS2787 August 12, 2006
Good show, I was in the front row, crowd surving was ridiclous, and people throwing beer bottles was out of hand, but overall a good show. -jtoka20 September 8, 2006