O.A.R. - City on Down (Live at AXE Music One Night Only)

Music video by O.A.R. performing City on Down (Live at AXE Music One Night Only).

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Almost all bands change their sounds over time. It's a part of the artistic process, as life shapes our experiences it shapes all other aspects of our lives, including in this case they're sound. I like the direction their sound is taking. Anyone who calls a band a sellout for changing their sound needs to respect that fact that all artists do change over time.
Should almost be called O.A.E.!!! Of a Evolution!! This band continues to Evolve!! If you're incapable of evolving than you should remove yourself and get out da way!
Matty Ballgame
I can remember back in 2002 jamming out to O.A.R. at High Point University. Whenever 'Poker' came on the house felt like it was shaking. They did it the right way man; wrote awesome music and gave all they had to make it. As a Bostonian, you guys have become a rite of summer passage for the past decade. See you at the show on the Harbor this summer, July 10, 2014. Relax for a delicate few!
All their songs have the same changes
Peggy Luna Sanchez
Really like this song.
Matty Ballgame
Hey Johnny Mack, you got it man!!! Well done. It's been an amazing journey to witness. O. A. R. evolve throughout the past decade. They are my favorite band, and I am thankful they continue to have the passion to make music. They have helped me regain perspective on what truly matters in life countless times, and to see them play Boston every summer has now become an annual rite for so many in and around the city. When I say that we, Bostonians, give O.A.R. all the energy we have, that does not provide justice. It's truly a transcendent experience the moment they take to that stage on the Boston Harbor
Royal Lichter
This was an excellent show.  It's rare you get to see these guys in a smaller venue, and for free at that.  Despite AXE picking up the tab, it didn't feel overproduced or corporate which was great.  The introduction of the guys was really cool too.  Marc walking up Clark Street past Wrigley field and all the bars/restaurants, up to the Metro, up the stairs, and on stage was one of the coolest intro videos I've ever seen.  Can't wait to see these guys again.
is that bad?
holy motherfucking sax solo. that is all.
Shane Franzone
Crabcakes O.a.r. and lacrosse..
Saw them two nights ago. Amazing.
Andy Taylor
@InternetILoveTeh ya dude, Dispatch is bad ass!! they are my 2nd favorite too...except they are 2nd to Red Hot Chili Peppers
Luke Schwartz
@snoogins231 they all jam thats why the band is so solid
thats what is great the sound is always evolving from studio albums to live versions
they arent that much like dave in the music the styles are different but they are both awesome
Andy Taylor
that bass player is pretty damn freakin sweet! but not near as good as Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but then again...nobody is as good as him! but that dude can play him some bass
The bass player is named Benji. and yes....total orgasm