- Set 1:
- Delicate Few
- About an Hour Ago
- On Top the Cage
- Hey Girl
- Here's to You
- One Shot
- That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (So Lonely Outro)
- Missing Pieces
- Black Rock (Bongo Intro)
- Anyway *
- Love and Memories
- City on Down (Organ Intro)
* with Andy Wesby of Parker House And Theory on harmonica.
Reviews where to begin, the 3 hour drive from north carolina was well worth it. On the rail, parker house and theory were pretty good, other than the fact you couldn't hear the vocals. In between bands the crowd of high school girls singing "Dont Stop Believin", was hilarious because other than love and memories was the only song they knew. Boys came on and rocked out, great setlist.
Hung out with all the guys after the show and it totally amazinggg..cant wait for Jones Beach -nhlpunk101 April 25, 2008
Set list was sick and the show was awesome. I was on the rail with nhlpunk and some other great guys, made the show even better. Met the guys after, and it was awesome to talk with them for a few minutes...Merriweather is going to be awesome. -AnnapolisOARfan April 26, 2008
i was on the rail with nhlpunk and annapolis. definitely a great start to a show. unfortunately this was the average crowd.. didn't know many words and loved crowd surfing.
but we did get to talk them before and after the show which was a major plus. -relaxadelicatefew April 27, 2008
The show was amazing, I drove from Raleigh just to see them. Revisited was an awesome surprise. Andy Wesby on harmonica during Anyway was really entertaining. Here's To You was awesome and Marc's freestyle in About An Hour Ago always pulls me in. The crowd was terrible...crowd surfing, drunk 18 year olds. Can't wait for the summer tour when I can catch a few more shows!! -stellablue5997 April 28, 2008
Great set list, as always. Average crowd, should have held it in Columbia and I think there would have been a better turn out. Awesome show though, the guys always come out and jam regardless of the crowd. Hoping I get to catch them again this summer!!!! -jpetey41 April 29, 2008
I've been listening to them for a while now but this was my first OAR concert and I was amazed. The opening band, Parker House and Theory, who I had never heard of really rocked as well. I feel the show should have been closer to being sold out but Aiken seems like a small town and the show was on a weekday. I second jpetey41 Columbia would have been a better location. The set list was great although I wish they would have played a few other songs as well (e.g. Ran Away To The Top of The World Today, So Moved On, Right On Time, Mr. Moon). I regret not staying to meet the band but my 8 year old boy was tired. I'm just happy his first concert ever could be OAR. Overall, awesome experience! -joewhite April 30, 2008
Basically the shit! They played revisited...and didnt play poker last. Everytime you hear poker you know the shows usually almost over.. but it just kept right on rollin. Great Show Great Set and the guys had a lot of fun on stage. Jeryy killed the harmonica guy in the battle though ha. -NCHart08 May 5, 2008
This show was awesome! Me and my buddies got there around 10am and sat around hoping to see the band and about 2 hours before show time, the show organizers came out and gave us backstage passes! We couldnt believe it! It was a dream come true! Meeting Marc, Richard, Chris, Jerry, Benj and Michael was awesome! The show was really good! One of my favorites! I hope the band will make another appearance in aiken and i cant wait to see them this fall at the SC state fair! -chasrock87 August 14, 2012