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Stories Of A Stranger: 33%
Souls Aflame: 27%
In Between Now and Then: 20%
The Wanderer: 20%

Show Rarity: 42.16%
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Old Dominion University - Constant Convocation Center 02.04.2008 - Norfolk, VA With: Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers
  1. Set 1:
    1. City on Down
    2. About Mr. Brown
    3. Lay Down
    4. Untitled
    5. The Stranger
    6. Risen
    7. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (Devil's Intro)
    8. Dareh Meyod
    9. Black Rock (Bongo Intro / Blood Outro)
    10. Heard the World
    11. Love and Memories
    12. Anyway
    13. Night Shift
  2. Encore:
    1. Nasim Joon ~ ->
    2. Hey Girl
~ Marc solo.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

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Reviews very very well done, a few technical errors happened but a great performance by all, especially stephen kellogg. sick show, glad i made the trip. marc talked to the crowd a lot, and was active with a lot of conversations, joking around, and having a good time. he also spoke about them being in the studio, and an upcoming summer tour -FeelinEverfine February 5, 2008
I drove down from Gaithersburg, MD and this show was amazing! Marc was awesome and funny. Jerry looked like he was playing his heart out several times. Being my 2nd O.A.R. show, it was sooo good. Stephen Kellogg was really great too. The setlist above is in the wrong order, but they played a lot of the songs MSG-style which was cool. I kind of expected some new songs since they were only doing 3 US dates, maybe test some new stuff out. But it didn't really matter because what we got was superb. Someone shouted "PLAY THE SONG!!" towards the end of the show and Marc goes "I'm not a jukebox! You have to take me out to dinner first!" Black Rock, Lay Down, and Hey Girl were the best. Can't wait to see them this summer. -mary7877 February 5, 2008