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Album Stats
Souls Aflame: 32%
6
All Sides: 21%
4
Stories Of A Stranger: 16%
3
Risen: 11%
2
The Wanderer: 11%
2
In Between Now and Then: 5%
1
Cover Songs: 5%
1

Show Rarity: 40.73%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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University Of Arkansas - Barnhill Arena 11.10.2008 - Fayetteville, AR With: Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights
  1. Set 1:
    1. Living in the End
    2. Wonderful Day ~
    3. Whose Chariot? ~
    4. Untitled
    5. About an Hour Ago
    6. So Moved On
    7. This Town
    8. Love and Memories
    9. Hey Girl
    10. Lay Down
    11. Delicate Few
    12. Here's to You
    13. Night Shift
    14. On My Way
    15. City on Down
    16. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    17. With a Little Help from My Friends
  2. Encore:
    1. I Feel Home &
    2. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
~ Marc solo.
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

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Reviews Ok, So I went and I saw and I listened.
I am not a rabid O.A.R. fan, so don't take it personally when I say I wasn't impressed. The music is a tad bit on the boring side and the sax player gets old after awhile.

I really appreciated and dug Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Light though. The chick sounded amazing and they had a ton more energy than O.A.R.

Overall, I am glad I went and saw them live. I don't regret the experience, because I know when I make it to Bonnaroo, that will be a band I don't have to see.

Great site, sorry I don't know many of the songs or I would have posted set list. -hogsrul November 13, 2008
...On the boring side??

See, that's the thing about OAR shows nowadays, and any show really: people go to HEAR the music and don't ever LISTEN. This show was great, and anyone with the mental capacity to appreciate their lyrics agreed.

Best version of 'Whose Chariot' I've ever heard, Marc's tag was beautiful...'This Town' fits Fayetteville to a T, and I cried during 'I Feel Home'...

Fayetteville doesn't really deserve a band like OAR, but I'm glad they came...can't wait to see these guys in the Spring -areynold November 27, 2008