- Set 1:
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with Evan Oberla on trombone and vocals.
* with Jon Lampley on trumpet and vocals.
$ with Cris Cab on vocals.
! with Wyclef Jean on guitar and vocals.
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Reviews Where do I even begin. After a crappy incident Thursday night with a friend I was forced to leave show early. After showing some respect to the bouncer and was told to come back Saturday and would be taken care of. Was getting tickets anyway but me and my girl were hoping something special would happen anyway. And it did. We were able to get into show 2 hours before and meet some of the guys ( Down to earth as usual) Got right up front of marc for the actual show. THis was my 27th show and have been waiting so long to hear Ladanday played. I have a tattoo of the word on my arm for many reasons and never heard it played. When I saw it was played Friday I knew my chances of hearing it on Saturday we slim. Was able to Show Marc the tattoo and begged for Ladanday to be played. "Where were you last night?" The next event proves how much these guys appreciate their fans - 3 songs later and Ladanday was played. This is why I am a fan and will always go to as many shows as I can. In terms of the rest of the set, the guys killed it. I mean Ladanday,Ran Away To the Top, Woke up an Uncle in one set? Amazing. And to top it all having Chris Cab and Mr Refugee himself come out for No woman no cry was the icing on the cake. Such an amazing night for not only me but for true OAR fans. I have been to many shows (Including all 3 MSG's) and this show is in the top 3 for me. I want to thank the band for being so humble and down to earth. Cannot wait for the summer tour -Ladandays31 March 12, 2012