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Souls Aflame: 29%
Stories Of A Stranger: 24%
The Wanderer: 18%
King: 12%
All Sides: 12%
Risen: 6%

Show Rarity: 37.68%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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University Of Connecticut - UConn's Winter Weekend 02.12.2011 - Storrs, CT With: Simplified
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50 ->
    2. Conquering Fools
    3. Lay Down
    4. On Top the Cage
    5. So Moved On
    6. One Shot
    7. King of the Thing
    8. Fire
    9. Hey Girl
    10. Toy Store
    11. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
    12. Over and Over ~
    13. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    14. City on Down
  2. Encore:
    1. Night Shift
    2. Love and Memories
    3. This Town
~ Marc solo with MikelParis on keys.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

Live O.A.R.

Reviews Amazing show, amazing stage presence! I got a pick from Marc too! -dhavaldawg February 12, 2011
I never thought that they would come back to storrs while i was here but im so glad they did. ive heard nothing but bad feedback on the show and not too sure why. they played all they're best songs (poker, city on down, night shfit) a few surprises (fire seocnd time ever, one shot, king of the thing) but there were def drawbacks. for whatever reasons marc's mic sounded absolutely shitty and the quality of jerry's sax mic was def on the fritz too i could barely recognize the sax that has made oar so recognizable. throw in the fact that they took get away out of the setlist and it was just a few too many strikes to put it up there in their top performances -nhkortsep88 February 13, 2011
Great show and great setlist. I thought the venue at UConn was excellent to see the concert, we sat in the front row of the balcony just to the side of the stage with a great view.

I'm assuming that UConn initially wanted to only allow students and their guests which is why it was initially advertised in that fashion. That changed, and they allowed the general public to purchase tickets which is what I did. I can only assume that due to the ambiguous advertising, many people in my situation decided not to risk it because the balcony was mostly empty.

The irony is that the UConn students had to stand in will call to receive their tickets, and as the general public I walked right in around the line to purchase them.

Well worth the drive from PA for this concert -black_ rock_ living February 14, 2011