Marc Roberge plays guitar and sings in the rock group Of A Revolution, also known as O.A.R. Chris Culos plays drums and percussion, Richard On plays guitar and sings backing vocals, Benj Gershman plays bass guitar, and Jerry DePizzo plays keyboard (saxophone, guitar, backing vocals). Over the course of a lengthy, erratic existence, the band went from being a small group of Ohio State University musicians to becoming Billboard chartbusters. In 1996, O.A.R. was established in Rockville, Maryland, the hometown of four of the band's five members. They both moved to Columbus, Ohio, and enrolled at The Ohio State University there. In contrast to other bands, O.A.R. decided to develop their fan base through word-of-mouth recommendations rather than through conventional advertising and marketing strategies. The band performed as much as they could during their undergraduate years, reaching out to any interested audiences in addition to the fraternities and sororities at Ohio State. Their third independent album, "Risen," debuted at number 11 on the Billboard Charts as a result of the publicity. Right away, proposals started to arrive from a number of significant record labels. Over the course of their career, O.A.R. has sold about 2 million records and over 2 million concert tickets, including three Madison Square Garden sold-out performances. King, the group's most recent studio album, was published and debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200 chart, number 3 on the Billboard Digital Album Chart, and number 3 on iTunes on release day. The band's previous album, "All Sides," which features the platinum-certified smash radio single "Shattered," was followed by "King." The band most recently released Live on Red Rocks, a live CD and DVD of their performance in Morrison, Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre. In order to support youth education and sustainability programs both domestically and overseas, O.A.R. established its Heard The World foundations. "The Wanderer", "Soul's A.
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Alternative, Alternative-Rock, Pop-Modern, Rock-Rock N Roll, Rock-Track Show, Male, Age Group-18-30's, Age Group-30's-50's, American