- 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.
First time Are You for Real? was played.
Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.
Reviews Had a great time at this show. Stephen Kellog and the Sixers got the crowd pumped as usual. Highlights for me were Toy Store, Irish Rose, and City on Down. Jon Lampley and Evan Oberla bring so much to the shows its unreal. They have so much energy and you can tell Jerry and the rest of the guys really enjoy playing with them as well. The crowd around me was actually pretty decent. Not too many drunks but it was sad to see them only know a couple songs. This was my 22nd show and I feel like everytime I leave a show I am teling myself it was the best show I have ever seen. These guys just continue to impress me and grow as a band. -Patonia February 10, 2012
This show was the best I've seen hands down. I even made it to Red Rocks last year but this show was even better! There is just something about the Chicago crowd that made it the most fun for me. Its probably the fact that people actually knew the words to even the rare songs! (Toy Store, Ladanday, ect.) I guess I was in the front so I couldn't see much behind me but the crowd seemed much better behaved than at The Rave the next night. No crowd surfers, people weren't talking during the show, I guess just a much more respectful crowd. I have decided that I will never miss another Chicago show as long as I live here! -mtjacobson564 February 12, 2012
After 13 shows I didn't know if O.A.R. could top themselves but they did tonight. SK6ERS were perfect openers and O.A.R. had more energy on stage than I have ever seen. Irish Rose with Stephen Kellogg was worth the price of admission. Chicago+O.A.R.=Epic. -City_On_Down February 13, 2012