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Quote from: amish on September 10, 2011, 12:32:30 pmTickets are on saleOzma has announced that they are performing the entirety of Rock and Roll Part Three at the show.
Quote from: antiuser on December 09, 2007, 11:35:30 amThere aren't many bands out there that treat their fans like Ozma does.
QuoteWe are happy to announce that members of The Rentals will be making a special guest appearance at the Ozma show at The Glass House on November 26.Matt, Lauren and Jamie will join our dear friends and perform two or three Rentals songs during Ozma's main set to help celebrate their long awaited return to the stage.
QuoteWe are stoked to announce that MOSES CAMPBELL have been added to the Glass House show!! See you there in 10 days!
Quote from: cesarsalad on November 26, 2011, 11:23:25 pmwonderful show. they played the following songs in some order: spending timeno one needs to knowimmigration song (during the intro i yelled out "i love you jose!" and the woman next to me smiled and said "that's my son"!)wake upunderneath my treethen dan said something about taking it "back to the future" and ryen played iceland by himself, until getting to the "rock and roll part three" part; they all jumped into domino effect and played the entire album in order including last dance which i'd never heard live.they go off stage and come back with the rentals for the encore. they all play "waiting", some song i don't recognize (i don't know the rentals very well), and "friends of p". rentals go off stage and ozma finishes up with korobeiniki, game over, and eponine! AAAAAHedit: i think the second rentals song was "getting by"
Quote from: Oatmeal on November 27, 2011, 10:17:54 pmSuch a great show. It was very nice to hear ozma again. It was also very nice to hear the rentals. I got to meet matt sharp briefly. The band Moses Campbell was pretty rad IMO. I'm very happy that I got to see this show.
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