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Album Stats
Stories Of A Stranger: 43%
6
Risen: 14%
2
The Wanderer: 14%
2
King: 7%
1
All Sides: 7%
1
In Between Now and Then: 7%
1
Souls Aflame: 7%
1

Show Rarity: 30.63%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion 08.16.2007 - Gilford, NH With: Augustana / Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Untitled
    3. The Stranger
    4. Here's to You
    5. Lay Down
    6. One Shot
    7. Whatever Happened
    8. Road Outside Columbus
    9. Daylight the Dog
    10. Black Rock
    11. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
    12. Delicate Few
  2. Encore:
    1. Irish Rose ~
    2. Love and Memories
~ Marc solo.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews i drove from boston to see this show.....so the guys played an awesome set....from what i remember they opened with 52-50 then untitled,heres to you,road outside columbus,one shot,the stranger,daylight the dog,black rock,whatever happened,crazy game of poker,delicate few,see you cry and love and memories in the encore.....i may have forgotten a song or two because i must say the crowd was fuckin terrible.....i had to break up a big ass bitch fight that happened right behind me, everyone there thought they were tough and cudnt just enjoy themselves, someone threw a shoe or something at marc during the second half of delicate few and he got so pissed i thought he was gonna end the show right there.......

for all you 14-17 year olds that your parents buy your tickets for and you get wasted and ruin everyones time....STAY HOME......you are not welcomed

and also...what the hell is up with the special place to buy beers, the ppl checking id's and serving beers were terrible....bascially NH sucks but the set was great and the freestyles were awesome....hope they come back to boston soon so i dont have to go to NH ever again -somovedon22 August 17, 2007
somovedon22 is absolutely right about these 16 year olds who cant hold their booze. ive been to the last two shows in nh and ill be surprised to see a nh date on their next tour

althoughthe set list that somovedon suggested is short, ive been trying for two days to remember any other songs they played and thats all i can confirm also. im guessing they discluded a song or two because the crowd was so bad

these kids arent real fans, and i cant wait to go to another show with a good crowd, havent seen one in almost two years
-skoal89 August 18, 2007
This show was a great time for me and my friends, unfortunately the crowd was terrible. I was dissapointed with the length of the set however im not surprised it was that short as the people in the front were out of control. -Wade1820044 August 18, 2007
I completely agree with the reviewers above me. I don’t blame the band for cutting the show short. Marc said something about "if the person in front of you falls, help them, pick them up". He was referring to the crowd "surfing" I think, which consisted of throwing people to the ground. Jerry looked absolutely disgusted the whole show and I don’t blame him.

I was at the tweeter center in MA last week, and it had such a great sense to it. The band wanted to be there, and you could feel it. In NH, they wanted to get the show over with as soon as possible. The crowd really ruined the show for everyone who wanted to be there. -jfd45 August 19, 2007
Guys they didn't end the show early, Gilford has a curfew they have to be done by 11 PM O.A.R. ended exactly at 11 yeah the crowd was shitty and security sucked but believe me they did not end the concert early.. And guys come on, its still O.A.R. -Morrell019 August 20, 2007
I can understand how easy it would be to judge a concert by how many drunk teenagers there were at it, but I really don't think thats a good way to do it. If I've learned anything from O.A.R. it's to be positive. I for one had an amazing time at that concert. I was up with my buddies just chillin behind the soundboard, doin our thing and enjoying the show. Sounds like some shit was goin on up front in the pit, but I had fun.

~The world is run by Love. -WindyCityWanderer August 20, 2007
I live about 10mins from meadowbrook and absolutely love OAR, but meadowbrook sucks and I knew what kind of crowd it would be so I didn't go. I went to the mansfield show last week and the crowd was awesome. Lakes region is a pretty gay area cause everyones a fuckin wannabe tough guy and the chicks are idiots. -miniFX August 20, 2007
personally, i didnt think that this crowd was that bad. i was front row and i wasnt getting smashed into the barrier or anything which was nice. obviously there were some douches but i worked security at the o.a.r. show at unh in april and this crowd here was ahh nice in comparison. i agree meadowbrook does suck and so does their curfew. i used to work security there and their security people are all asses as well. i thought the set was great and was loving untitled. stephen kellogg was awesome also. ive seen them with o.a.r. like 3 or 4 times and they are definately my favorite opener. -cejmobile21 August 22, 2007