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Album Stats
Souls Aflame: 27%
The Wanderer: 27%
In Between Now and Then: 13%
Risen: 13%
Cover Songs: 13%
Stories Of A Stranger: 7%

Show Rarity: 24.47%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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University Of Pittsburgh At Johnstown - Sports Center 04.02.2005 - Johnstown, PA With: Ari Hest / Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers
  1. Set 1:
    1. About Mr. Brown
    2. The Wanderer
    3. Revisited
    4. So Moved On
    5. Anyway
    6. She Gone (Only in Dreams)
    7. Someone in the Road
    8. Get Away (Fast)
    9. To Zion Goes I
    10. Black Rock (Long Day Intro / Blood Outro)
    11. Sunday Bloody Sunday
    12. Dakota &
    13. Hey Girl (Kaya Tag / Hush Little Baby Outro)
    14. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
  2. Encore:
    1. Hey Jude *
& Marc and Richard.
* with Ari Hest on vocals.
* with Rob Caulder on bass.
* with Scott Seiver on drums.
* with Stephen Kellogg on vocals.
* with Brian Factor of Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers on vocals.
* with Keith Karlson of Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers on keys.
* with Chris Soucy of Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers on guitar.

Aaron Pitcock

Reviews great show i loved it, the encore was amazing when they all came out and did hey jude -WhiteRock3 April 3, 2005
Both opening acts were great. That was the best encore I've seen at an O.A.R. show and I saw them play "Fool in the Rain" w/ RRFB. I really hope a recording of this show turns up somehow. -bradsonger April 3, 2005
Awesome show, they were completely amazing. Their cover of U2's "Sunday Bloody Sunday" was incredible and their cover of The Beatle's "Hey Jude" for the encore couldn't have been better. Great show all around!!!! -stinks774 April 3, 2005
the show was great, i was stoked they played the wanderer, its my favorite song, ari hest and the sixers were good 2, i cant weait til the next show -dlo0000 April 3, 2005
Bad as hell. Ive never had the pleasure to see OAR perform live, and it was just as good as I thought. We were on the way to the car, about a half mile away and could hear the crowd singing "Hey Jude". Amazing show, I hope someone with a little more foresight taped and submits some tracks. Crazy Game of Poker was a great crowd-interative experience. -BigSes April 4, 2005
I go to UPJ and I was thrilled that O.A.R. was coming here. Their cover of 'Sunday, Bloody Sunday' has always been a favorite of mine, but out of the shows I've been to, this was the first time I've had the pleasure of hearing it live. Also, 'Hey Jude' and 'Poker' were crazy. Mark didn't even have to sing, the audience did it for him. Overall, amazing show. -Knappy54 April 7, 2005
The show was awesome. Every time they started a song, the crowd went crazy! This was the first time I have seen O.A.R. in concert, and I definately plan to see them again.

Oh, and I recorded the show from the floor. Unfortuneatly, it is flooded with bass and people around me talking. I will try my best to equalize it, but it was just so damn loud. Look for it to go up in a few days. -nobi04 April 7, 2005
This show was awesome. THE best O.A.R. show I've attended (I've been to about 10). Jammed out for 2hours. Awesome. Sunday Bloody Sunday was amazing. Closing with Hey Jude made the night. -brandon_pitt April 14, 2005
I went but had to leave half way through the show, it was awesome though in the beginning. A lot of hard ass's in the crowd though lol. -dmbnancies03 October 24, 2005