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Album Stats
Stories Of A Stranger: 18%
The Rockville LP: 14%
Souls Aflame: 14%
All Sides: 9%
The Wanderer: 9%
Cover Songs: 9%
The Mighty: 5%
XX: 5%
King: 5%
In Between Now and Then: 5%
Risen: 5%
Unreleased: 5%

Show Rarity: 45.63%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Red Rocks Amphitheatre 09.09.2018 - Morrison, CO With: Matt Nathanson / The New Respects
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Program Director
    3. City on Down (Organ Intro)
    4. Place to Hide
    5. Favorite Song
    6. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    7. Love and Memories
    8. I Go Through
    9. Just Like Paradise
    10. I Feel Home &
    11. About an Hour Ago
    12. Anyway
    13. On My Way
    14. Hey Girl
    15. Red Red Wine *
    16. Miss You All the Time
    17. Heard the World $
    18. Heaven $
  2. Encore:
    1. Peace
    2. Sunday Bloody Sunday %
    3. Delicate Few @
    4. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker $
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
Entire show with Jon Lampley on trumpet and vocals.
* with The New Respects.
$ with Robert Randolph of Robert Randolph & The Family Band on pedal steel.
% with Matt Nathanson on vocals.
@ with Rudy Mancuso on keys and percussion.
First time Red Red Wine was played.

Live O.A.R.

Reviews So here’s the deal... The venue was amazing. I was blown away by its beauty and scenery. The openers were fantastic. I loved the New Respects and Matt Nathanson was great as usual.

Now onto OAR’s set. It was good. Don’t get me wrong. But I have to be honest, I was expecting more. I was expecting something extraordinary. Instead, I got 15 of the exact same songs out of 22 that I saw the weekend before at Ravinia... The band kept promoting the show as being something special, and I loved that Robert Randolph came out to play, but other than that, it was nothing extraordinary. I had no clue who the guy was that they pulled out of the crowd, and he duplicated what Mikel Paris already does with keys and percussion.

Anyway, again, I loved the venue and the guys did sound great, but I expected more (and different from the week before) when traveling from Illinois to the iconic Red Rocks venue. It’s show 35 for me, and I hope they mix it up a little more the next time I see them. -bigbruce97 September 12, 2018