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6. Evolution of a Song: O.A.R

O.A.R

Year: 2016

Runtime: 00:19:25

The last episode of "Evolution of a Song" finds the band, management, and label coming together to decide on the single for radio. After much debate, the decision becomes clear and the band gets the opportunity to promote and hear their song premiered live in New York City.

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