Alternative Rockers O.A.R. Live at Charter One Pavilion
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Short of the King of Pop himself, it doesn't get any better than Who's Bad. The world's longest running Michael Jackson tribute band stages a multimedia celebration of everything MJ at Chicago's House of Blues. Since 2004, Who's Bad has assembled a world-class cast of brilliant singers, top musicians and Broadway dancers to perform all of Jackson's legendary hits from the days of Jackson 5 to Off the Wall, Thriller, Bad and beyond. Uncanny vocals, intricate dance routines, glitzy jackets and glittery gloves help recreate the total Michael Jackson experience. No wonder some of pop music's biggest acts including The Four Tops, Boys II Men and The Backstreet Boys have scrambled to share the stage with this astonishing incarnation of pop's one true King. Learn More
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The venue was great for the incredible view, but the sound sucked. It even went out towards the end of the show. The band just kept playing. The speakers blew I guess and it was loud and staticy for 30 seconds of about 3 seperate songs. It sounded horrible. I've seen other show there by the same band and like it. Never witnessed that problem before
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Long-standing live powerhouse O.A.R.'s summer tour includes stops at Red Rocks Amphitheatre and the Allman Brothers Band's first-ever Peach Tree Music Festival, featuring Zac Brown Band, Dark Star Orchestra, and The Wailers. The tour follows the release of King, the widely-praised seventh studio album from "a self-assured band at the height of its creative powers" (M Magazine).
O.A.R.'s whirlwind summer also includes a performance at Cincinnati's Bunbury Music Festival, featuring Weezer, Death Cab For Cutie, and Jane's Addiction. The tour comes on the heels of their intimate "Extended Stay" run, which was capped off by a five-night stand at NYC's Bowery Ballroom and a surprise guest appearance from Wyclef Jean and Cris Cab. The band recently performed their latest single "Gotta Be Wrong Sometimes" on The Rachael Ray Show and appeared on American Public Television's Front Row Center.