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Album Stats
In Between Now and Then: 23%
Stories Of A Stranger: 15%
Risen: 15%
Souls Aflame: 15%
The Wanderer: 15%
Any Time Now: 8%
Cover Songs: 8%

Show Rarity: 35.04%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Meadowbrook Musical Arts Center 08.04.2004 - Gilford, NH With: Howie Day / Matt Nathanson
  1. Set 1:
    1. Right on Time
    2. King of the Thing
    3. Anyway
    4. Destination
    5. Black Rock (Long Day Intro)
    6. Lay Down
    7. Night Shift
    8. Whose Chariot?
    9. 52-50
    10. City on Down (First Half Only) ->
    11. Delicate Few (Second Half Only)
    12. Sunday Bloody Sunday *
  2. Encore:
    1. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (So Lonely Outro)
* with Matt Nathanson on vocals.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews Pretty good show with a lot of classics and new songs mixed in.Great first set by Matt Nathanson but Howie Day had no stage presence in comparison,only played his songs as if he was sick of them...Oar played brilliantly the whole time,a polished band from so many shows but still keeping it fresh...Only wish they could have gone on sooner to play 2 sets and really give people their money's worth.Still great. -jrsone_2000 August 14, 2004
Great show. Matt Nathanson was great. Howie Day was boring and dragged out. OAR was unbeleivable. they put on a great show, and really showed how great of a live band. Overall a great show. -SteveWillNH August 17, 2004
the show was great! first time there and it was awesome. howie day could have been better but O.A.R really lit it up with crazy game and sunday bloody sunday with matt nathanson. over all the show was great and i hope to catch another one. -justin1525 August 17, 2004
Sweet show! I had only heard one Nathanson song before it, and since then I bought all his CD's and went to all concerts in the area. O.A.R. was tight too, good set list. Howie Day was pretty bad, but all in all the concert was a good way to end a great summer. -SomeoneIntheRoad November 26, 2004
i went and it was my first show. i didnt like the beat boxin skat at the end of crazy game during the jam but they finished with intensity that left the crowd stunned. matt nathanson cant sing during sunday bloody sunday. over all it was an ok show but the next night in boston was better. -gratefuldead25 July 2, 2005