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Album Stats
The Rockville LP: 24%
King: 12%
All Sides: 12%
Stories Of A Stranger: 12%
Souls Aflame: 12%
The Wanderer: 12%
In Between Now and Then: 6%
Risen: 6%
Cover Songs: 6%

Show Rarity: 51.09%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Chastain Park Amphitheatre 07.26.2014 - Atlanta, GA With: Phillip Phillips / Saints Of Valory
  1. Set 1:
    1. Dangerous Connection *
    2. This Town *
    3. Dareh Meyod (Pawn Shop Tag) *
    4. Two Hands Up *
    5. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    6. Hey Girl *
    7. Heaven *
    8. Lay Down *
    9. Favorite Song *
    10. Black Rock *
    11. We'll Pick Up Where We Left Off *
    12. City on Down (First Half Only) * ->
    13. Delicate Few (Second Half Only) *
    14. Love and Memories
    15. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker *
    16. Peace *
    17. While My Guitar Gently Weeps * $
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with Evan Oberla on trombone and vocals.
* with Jon Lampley on trumpet and vocals.
$ with Phillip Phillips on guitar and vocals.
$ with Dave Eggar on cello.

Live O.A.R.

Reviews Short show. OAR only played for 90 minutes because Phillip Phillips ran over his allotted time by 35+ minutes and chastain has a hard curfew/power off at 11PM on the dot. The band finished at exactly 10:59:59. Dave Eggar also played the cello on "Peace," making for an excellent rendition. -willki July 28, 2014
Ditto to what was already said. Phillip Phillips was great, but he did play an extra one or two songs. I don't think he even ended until 9:15. Who knows, I'd bet O.A.R. told him he was welcome to pump out one or two extra songs. Because of this, OAR was on at 9:30 and certainly had to rush the set. Not much banter really towards the crowd. And as can be seen from the setlist, they played almost exclusively what can be considered "the hits". No deep tracks or surprises. Can't complain but its hard not to compare it to the 26 song set from the Tabernacle last year that was awesome. Agree that the cello on Peace was great and I'm surprised how much I've come to enjoy the song live. But in my opinion, if OAR is going to play for 90 minutes, it'd be nice of them to NOT put in Shattered, Hey Girl, Heaven, Love and Memories, and Peace and try and fit those 5 in. 2 or 3 singles is more than enough in a show in my opinion. Overall, they sounded great and I still had a great time. Just my 2 cents. -DubyaSnipes August 1, 2014