Get ready to rock with this chart-topping band! Of a Revolution has already made their mark on the music industry
since their formation in the late '90s. Their sound and their style of music is still a big hit today, gaining new fans at
every performance. Their word-of-mouth approach to spreading the word about their music has allowed them to build their fan
base without a lot of pushy advertising and promoting. Don't miss your chance to hear this incredible band perform live! Buy
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O.A.R. is scheduled to
crisscross the country, hitting stages of the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, the Trubador in West Hollywood, The House of Blues
Anaheim and The Independent in San Francisco. Don't wait. Grab your tickets now for O.A.R.'s upcoming tour.
only does O.A.R. rock the stage with their pop-inspired beats, but they also give back to the community who has supported
them throughout their entire career. They started a foundation called The World foundation that was created to support youth
programs both in the US and in countries across the globe. They have also raised funds for Paralyzed Veterans and supported
several music education programs.
About the Artist
After watching his older brother perform live with
his own band, O.A.R. lead vocalist Marc Roberge was inspired to start his own band. With the help of drummer Chris Culos the
two recruited Richard On and Benj Gershman. In 1997, a year after forming, the band released their first album, The Wanderer.
The album included songs like "Black Rock" and "That Was a Crazy Game of Poker," which have become staples in the band's live
shows. After graduating from high school, the whole band attended The Ohio State University where they met saxophonist Jerry
DePizzo. With their new member, they recorded a second album, and relied completely on word-of-mouth to promote themselves.
Their methods worked because their third album, Risen, debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard top internet sales chart. O.A.R.
continued to churn out chart-topping hits, and has become one of the most sought-after bands in the country! Don't miss your
chance to see them perform live! Buy your O.A.R. tickets from StubHub, and find out why audiences everywhere can't get enough
of this talented band!
This talented band only seems to get better each year! With every album release, the band reaches
new heights on the Billboard charts, and gains even more fans! Their latest album, King, debuted at No. 12 on the Billboard
200 charts, which gave the band their highest charting debut in its career. But climbing the charts isn't the only thing this
band can do. They have also been featured in major ad campaigns and collaborated with Duracell in support of Team USA during
the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. They created a song called "Champions" that features rapper B.o.B. O.A.R.'s star
continues to rise, and you won't want to miss your chance to see them perform live! Check StubHub for all of the latest tour
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years of honing their skills and hitting the charts at No. 11 with their third album, Risen, they began to catch the attention
of a more mainstream audience. Their success continued with the release of their fourth album, Between Now and Then, which
debuted at No. 156 on the Billboard 200 chart. But it wasn't until the release of their fifth album that they found mainstream
success. With the release of their fifth album, Stories of a Stranger, O.A.R. became one of the hottest bands in the country.
The album went to No. 40 on the Billboard 200 chart and spawned several big hits like "Love and Memories," "Heard the World"
and "Lay Down." While all of these songs were popular, Love and Memories" was the biggest hit. It peaked at No. 98 on the
Pop 100 and received significant air play. The music video also received air play on VH1 and MTV.
They reached the peak
of their early success when they drew more than 18,000 fans to the historic Madison Square Garden. A review of the event created
buzz around the band and reported that the band had sold more than a million records in their short career. Although the band
has moved away from the ska, jam band sound of their earlier albums, they continue to have success and are set to release
their eighth studio album this year.
If you're looking for a great night of hard rockin'
music that will have you up on your feet, moving to the beat, then a concert featuring the one-and-only O.A.R. is the event
for you! They are known for their high-energy live performances, and you won't want to miss a single moment of their one-of-a-kind