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Stories Of A Stranger: 75%
Cover Songs: 25%

Show Rarity: 21.17%
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Central Park 09.17.2006 - New York, NY With: Big & Rich
  1. Set 1:
    1. Heard the World
    2. One Shot
    3. Lay Down
    4. The Times They Are a-Changin'
Entire show is Marc and Richard acoustic.
First time The Times They Are a-Changin' was played.

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Reviews O man, I drove all the way from buffalo to see this show, and it was worth all the trouble and money. It was great the way they played songs they don't normally play acoustic, and the message was there for everyone to hear. OAR played last so i consider them the headliners (above big and rich). And the cover was amazing too. the crowd was pretty much there to see o.a.r. god knows i was... -FeelinEverfine September 18, 2006
Great experience, great time. The crowd was very in to them and especially the cover. -tindawg31 September 18, 2006
cool show... flew home from boston to catch it and they did not dissapoint. the new songs sounded great acoustic and the times they are a changin' was unexpected and it sounded amazing. i was glad to get my o.a.r. fix since they are not touring the east coast anytime soon. -lazytj20 September 18, 2006
pretty awsome show. i loved the intro to lay down it made me poot myself. if any1 got this show recorded please put it up. -shibz15 September 18, 2006
awesome show.....went with my brother...missed the nj transit train byy 2 minutes so waited an hour....loved the darfur is something everyone needs to help accomplish...overall great show...i love acoustic shows and song like this....this show was amazing.....loved lay down...definatly a treat to hear on acoustic.... -scottdmboar September 19, 2006
Aside from the fact that their performance was awesome, I think it was great that OAR performed at this rally for this great cause. How many kids just went to this rally to see OAR? Im sure alot, and OAR knew that by attaching their name/appearance/support to this cause, they would be attracting a whole new audience to the rally who would have likely not cared about Darfur at all. They are truly awesome guys. -Scooterb77 September 20, 2006
great show. i really enjoyed it. the bob cover was awesome. being right up front was sick. great show for a great cause. A+ -deisner September 25, 2006
i dont see how o.a.r. can pull off times they are a changin?...and i also dont see why anyone in the right state of mind would ever drive over 2 hours to see o.a.r. they are a band that you go see once a year (if that) -twosteptitus October 13, 2006
I am not a fan of the review above me. Your opinion is your opinion. My opinion is that OAR is worth every nickle and dollar I have spent going to the 17 shows I have gone too. I have never been disappointed. Luckily I just moved to NYC so I just hopped on the subway to see em and I knew the acoustic show would be great. By the way I have driven 20 hours to the 10,000 Lakes Music Festival just to see OAR. I saw a lot of other bands but the whole reason I went was because OAR was going to be there. Why join this group if your knock other people? -Hitman2048 October 26, 2006