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Album Stats
In Between Now and Then: 24%
Souls Aflame: 24%
Risen: 18%
The Wanderer: 18%
Rain Or Shine: 6%
Stories Of A Stranger: 6%
Cover Songs: 6%

Show Rarity: 35.78%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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State Theatre 03.23.2005 - Detroit, MI With: Ari Hest / Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers
  1. Set 1:
    1. Dareh Meyod
    2. Risen
    3. City on Down
    4. King of the Thing
    5. Missing Pieces
    6. Tonight
    7. Hey Girl (Date Intro)
    8. She Gone (Only in Dreams)
    9. Anyway
    10. Lay Down
    11. Night Shift ->
    12. Stir It Up
    13. Whose Chariot?
    14. I Feel Home &
    15. Black Rock (Long Day Intro)
    16. Delicate Few (Second Half Only)
  2. Encore:
    1. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
& Marc and Richard.

Joe DiDia

Reviews Awesome show. Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers really brought the energy up, but Ari Hest kind of let me down. All in all, fantastic preformance. -Sk8erMacLean March 24, 2005
meh, last years show was better, setlist was good though but you could tell marc was sick abit and god damn they need to either start playing 21 and over shows or they need open the doors after 9:30 so that all the 16 yr olds are in bed already... loved hearing the rarities, she gone was cool to hear but wish they would've stuck with ladanlay instead of i feel home -PJ Fan March 24, 2005
Awesome Concert! In my books, Jerry DePizzo is a saxophone genius! Great crowd, everyone was really into it. "Lay Down" was flawless.... along with "Tonight" and "Missing Pieces." And then to have them came back out for an encore and close with Poker was perfect! Cant wait for them to come back to Detroit...
-highst23 March 27, 2005
God it was good to see OAR again! I thought the setlist was great, but the fans on the floor got a little out of hand. Stephen Kellogg surprised me much in the same way that Matt Nathanson did last summer, and Ari Hest dissapointed me the same way Howie Day did last summer too. All his stuff sounded the same and was really slow. All in all great show. Keep rockin guys! -eagle13 March 31, 2005
WOW! after hearing the concert for a second time I am extremely disapointed with Detroit Marc had to stop in the middle of 2 or 3 songs and tell us to calm down and stop pushing the women around. I would not be surprised if they didn't come back to Detroit. I wouldn't. A good concert except for the few bad eggs who have to ruin everything and give our "fine" city a bad name. Can't wait for Alpine Dave and O.A.R. together will be sick -Binker30 April 4, 2005
Amazing show here, the crowd was extremely rowdy, me included. Wish some of the teenie-bopper punks werent there causing all the problems,if you were crowd surfing and someone launched you about 10 feet, it was me and you deserve it for causing so many problems, just enjoy the show while your there and stop crawling on everyones backs. Stephen Kellogg was most imprssive, while it didnt seem like Ari Hest's venue. He had good songs but everyone wanted to rock, not be serenaded. Too bad Marc was under the weather, show could've been even better. You can guarantee I'll be back to the next show. -frolfergolfer April 10, 2005
One of the greatest shows of all time. It was most definitely the best concert I have ever seen. The acoustics in the State were perfect and the band couldnt have sounded any better. It would be the greatest thing ever if I got this show!!! -vancer50 September 25, 2005
awesome -smith982 February 18, 2006