- Set 1:
* with Evan Oberla on trombone and vocals.
* with Jon Lampley on trumpet and vocals.
! with Jon Lampley on sousaphone.
$ with Stephen Kellogg on vocals.
! with Kevin Oliver of the Hoo Doo Soul Band on guitar.
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Reviews The SK6ers were great and brought the energy early. Can't beat there rendition of Wagon Wheel. Stephen was on and it's nice to hear how their sound has matured over the years.
Evan Oberla and Jon Lampley definitely bring a new vibe to the already electric O.A.R. set. I knew it was a special night, after seeing the dueling horn segment of Anyway. I don't think there is a much better version than this out there.
Nice to still see a few of the oldies getting some love-- Hold on True, King of the Thing, Get Away. It was a solid set from top to bottom. Nothing too spectacular/out of the ordinary though. But no complaints here.
It was my first time hearing the new stuff, which was fun. Their sound has become so tight and Marc has definitely changed over the past couple of years. His guitar playing and vocal abilities have improved a ton. I love it.
The crowd was young and rather annoying but not a surprise on my end. Had a younger girl vomit all throughout the pit before the SK6ers took the stage. Standing in the upper level made it amusing for us to see this transpire. Crowd surfing wasn't terrible but it's always a bit ridiculous when you see more 6 foot 200+ pound guys attempt this than girls. Oh well, it's the typical ore crowd nowadays.
Last bit: Kevin Oliver shredded during Something Coming Over.
-Jborders12 February 9, 2012
First time seeing O.A.R. in concert, the show was AMAZING. It was obvious that they were as pumped to play the show as the crowd was to catch the show. Jon Lampley was awesome to watch -hendricks026 February 9, 2012