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Album Stats
In Between Now and Then: 25%
The Wanderer: 25%
Stories Of A Stranger: 13%
Risen: 13%
Souls Aflame: 13%
Any Time Now: 6%
Cover Songs: 6%

Show Rarity: 32.57%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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University Of New Hampshire - Whittemore Center Arena 04.05.2005 - Durham, NH With: Ari Hest / Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers
  1. Set 1:
    1. Anyway
    2. Risen
    3. Hey Girl (Hush Little Baby Outro)
    4. Ladanday
    5. Destination (Fire on the Mountain Tag)
    6. If Only She Knew
    7. 52-50
    8. Mr. Moon
    9. Black Rock (Long Day Intro)
    10. About Mr. Brown
    11. Dareh Meyod
    12. Dakota &
    13. City on Down (First Half Only) ->
    14. Delicate Few (Second Half Only)
    15. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
  2. Encore:
    1. Hey Jude *
& Marc and Richard.
* with Ari Hest on vocals.
* 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.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews Wow... this was my 5th, and what an amazing show... the crowd was way into it the whole time... the early Hey Girl was a nice surprise to keep the crowd excited... as was the rare Ladanday... I heard my first If Only She Knew and 52-50, which was stellar... I love 52-50... Black Rock and About Mr. Brown were two classics that are always great to hear... The Dakota was another new one for me and I enjoyed it... City On Down into Delicate Few, always a crowd pleaser, and an intense rendition of Crazy Game Of Poker... I must say though that the highlight of the night was when everybody came out and played Hey Jude... truely amazing... such a great song, and they played it wonderfully... I really hope that somebody recorded it, and if so I wicked want a copy.. Let me know! -Fraz -Frazmatica April 7, 2005
Great Show,
I have never heard a better encore in my entire life. The setlist was great and hearing Dakota live was sick. Crowd was into it the whole time, cant wait for the summer tour.. -hempest April 7, 2005
Sick show! My sixth OAR show and it was a good time. Still can't get Hey Jude out of my head. A good crowd as usual except for some annoying chicks in the front that were pushing. Another beautiful experience. -SomeoneIntheRoad April 7, 2005
Front Row Center.. amazing. -ktvt6 April 7, 2005
i have a question. i feel as if i heard a little tease of fire on the mountain. anyone else with me? -xshakedownstx April 7, 2005
front and center w/ my best friend = amazing
knew every song! - new rendition of The Dakota (two thumbs up)
5th show
nice to hear Hey Jude as an encore (a nice surprise)
52-50!!! one of my new favs!!
overall awesome, along with all my pics! hope someone taped!!!!!!! -harrij5 April 7, 2005
setlist amazing. crowd, worst i've ever seen and i have been to many concerts of many bands. u could not pay me to go to another show at this venue, though musically, it was one of the best shows i've heard. i'm sorry but i don't wanna pay money to be distracted by college kids running over 14 year old girls and thinking the only important thing is where u r in the venue rather than who u r with and that everyone has a great time -biff20 April 8, 2005
fifth show ive been to, front awesome. hey jude-unbelieveable. stephen kellogg and the sixers kicked ass, ari hest was decent but not what i expected him to be. unfortunately the crowd was lousy for awhile, i just wish everyone would just chill and dance and have a good time rather than worry about pushing up to the front. it was really cool to hear dakota, overall they put on an amazing show as usual. -cejmobile21 April 8, 2005
Awesome Concert! My first one. Stephen Kellogg was awesome, much better than I thought he was going to be. Ari Hest wasn't the best in the beginning, but was very good in Hey Jude, which by the way was incredible. The crowd wasn't good, but hearing Mr. Moon and If Only She Knew live made up for it. Great show overall. -Rob1547 July 10, 2005