- Set 1:
* with Ari Hest on vocals.
* with Stephen Kellogg on vocals.
* with Brian Factor of Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers on vocals.
* with Scott Seiver on percussion.
Reviews Show was my first, besides seeing them open for dave. I could tell they played a few more slower songs, prolly bcuz it was their 3rd show in 3 nights. Still a very good show, and maybe others will disagree, but I was proud of the boiler crowds energy, even though most might have only been there for hey girl and poker. It was nice to hear If Only She Knew and Black Rock was a pleasant surprise. Elliot hall is the worst place to have a concert, they need to take out the seats or something. -nlannert April 1, 2005
Both openers were pretty good, and definitely got the crowd going with their covers of Piano Man and Last Dance. I agree that Elliot Hall was awful because of the seats. Also, even though I didn't have high hopes that the crowd would know anything other than Hey Girl and Poker, it was still a little disappointing during such awesome songs as If Only She Knew and Missing Pieces that the crowd wasn't singing much. Overall, the setlist was good. I was pumped when they played Tragedy; such a great song, and not played very often. -zaitsev77 April 1, 2005
My 1st concert, F-in AWESOME! Stephen Kellogg and the 6ers were great, ari kinda stunk it up - but he redeemed himself later in the show. Setlist could've been better, but they had 3 shows straight. All in all - TOTAL BAD ASS! -NDirish520 April 1, 2005
This was an amazing show. Everyone had a lot of energy, especially during Crazy game of poker. If only she knew was an awesome surprise, and that really got the crowd pumped. O.A.R rocks my world. -its my chariot April 12, 2005
wow - loved the show - real intense - SK and the 6ers were amazing - good covers too! i loved the echo within the hall - great setlist - cant wait til next summer! -oldmatime August 22, 2005