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Album Stats
Souls Aflame: 22%
The Wanderer: 22%
All Sides: 13%
The Rockville LP: 9%
Stories Of A Stranger: 9%
In Between Now and Then: 9%
Cover Songs: 9%
King: 4%
Risen: 4%

Show Rarity: 35.23%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Coast West Music Festival 07.01.2013 - Muskegon, MI With: Andrew McMahon / Allen Stone
  1. Set 1:
    1. Delicate Few * $
    2. About an Hour Ago * $
    3. Risen * $
    4. Untitled * $
    5. Something Coming Over * $ !
    6. Hey Girl * $
    7. Program Director * $
    8. The Stranger $
    9. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) * $ ->
    10. City on Down * $
    11. So Moved On * $
    12. Toy Store
    13. Coalminer
    14. Caroline the Wrecking Ball
    15. Night Shift * $
    16. Heaven * $
    17. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    18. On My Way
    19. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker * $
    20. Get Away (Fast) * $
  2. Encore:
    1. Peace &
    2. Black Rock * $
    3. Live and Let Die * $ %
& Marc, Richard, and Jerry.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with Evan Oberla on trombone and vocals.
$ with Jon Lampley on trumpet and vocals.
! with Jon Lampley on sousaphone.
% with Andrew McMahon on keys and vocals.
% with Allen Stone on vocals.

Live O.A.R.

Reviews Wow, what a great show! I was worn out by the end. 22 songs (not counting Feelin' Groovy)!! Delicate Few was cool as an opener, and following it with About An Hour Ago got the crowd going. Hey Girl, Program Director, and City On Down in the first half of the set was fun and had me wondering what they would hit us up with later. They played some rare ones including Toy Store, Coalminer, and The Stranger. Most people didn't know the words but they were cool to hear. Night Shift was awesome as usual and Heaven was way better live than I guessed it would've been.

The brass section adds a lot of energy to the stage and another layer to the music. The trumpet player had some nice moves. Their 2 new songs, Peace and Caroline The Wrecking Ball, sounded good. I think Peace will be a staple going forward as a good "fall" song to the general "rise" of OAR's music.

My 10th show overall, and it was one of my favorites. Good crowd for the most part, fun opening bands, cool cover song at the end, and the longest OAR concert I have been to! Can't wait to see them again. -minnesota44 July 2, 2013