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Album Stats
In Between Now and Then: 30%
Risen: 20%
Souls Aflame: 20%
The Wanderer: 20%
Cover Songs: 10%

Show Rarity: 33.83%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Orpheum Theatre 02.13.2004 - Boston, MA With: Robert Randolph & The Family Band / Toothpick
  1. Set 1:
    1. Dareh Meyod
    2. Someone in the Road
    3. Get Away (Fast)
    4. Right on Time
    5. Here's to You
    6. Hey Girl (Hush Little Baby Outro)
    7. Sunday Bloody Sunday
    8. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (So Lonely Outro) %
  2. Encore:
    1. Night Shift
    2. Anyway *
* with Robert Randolph of Robert Randolph & The Family Band on pedal steel.
% with Toothpick on vocals.

Aaron Liber & Mike Sarnovsky

Reviews Absolutely kick ass show. Great energy, greatt crowd. the orpheum is the perfect venue for O.A.R. Big enough to get a good vibe but small enough to keep it relatively intimate. Just a very fun show. SBS was amazing... brought the house down, then right into Poker, amazing! -themountin July 14, 2004
Excellent show, Toothpick anbd RR&FB both excellent openers, I dont know how to describe poker (w/Toothpick), SBS, anyways (with Robert Randolph) but with any other phrase other than kick ass. -firedwarftj August 8, 2004
Short but Sweet! Can't ever go wrong with Hey Girl, Sunday Bloody Sunday, and Crazy Game... -Frazmatica August 30, 2004
Great show but for some reason my entire side of the venue would not stand up for about 30 minutes when everyone else was already up and moving, luckily OAR went 2nd and by then our section was finally standing but still weak. The bar area was full of 30 something fat white guys so luckily they stayed out of the way. Music was great and Toothpick definately redeemed himself in Poker -guapocarlos September 29, 2004
Sick show, stayed in Boston that weekend with my bro and it was by far the highlight. Was up in the balcony (first row) and it was probably the best seat in the house. Orpheum was sick, lot of energy in there. Hope they come back next time and play I Feel Home. Tooooooothpick rulllllles! -SomeoneIntheRoad November 26, 2004