This past Sunday night, the House of Blues main stage was the perfect setting for the band O.A.R., or the less print friendly way to say their name, ‘Of A Revolution’.
Issac Tigrett had a mission in mind when he founded the House of Blues in 1992: to promote racial and spiritual harmony through love, peace, truth, righteousness and non-violence. If you’re a fan of O.A.R., or you attended Sunday night’s concert, you would know their music and live shows promote the same ‘unity through diversity’ message. They could be the poster child for the House of Blues, much like Hank Williams Jr. is for Monday Night Football. (Too soon?)
O.A.R. took the stage with song “Dangerous Connection” off their new album, King. A nice opener that led into “About An Hour Ago,” one of the band’s more recognizable songs: a classic party anthem. The party was on.