Pete Yorn at 7th Street (ticket stub)
Apparently Ours covered Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" for this show. When I saw them again in 2012, they covered Information Society's "Running", so they have some great choices in covers.
As for Pete Yorn, he was on tour for his successful debut album Musicforthemorningafter (Columbia Records). The record was so hot, it was certified RIAA GOLD in the United States, which explained why his show quickly sold out. Clearly they had no idea he was going to be a big deal when the promoters booked the tiny, tiny, tiny 7th Street Entry.
I don't have Yorn's setlist, but he probably played the majority of Musicforthemorningafter. Glad I caught him early in his career.
Currently, both these acts are still around. Ours recently released Devil EP on August 2013, and singer Jimmy Gnecco is pretty active with his solo material. Pete Yorn is currently one half of The Olms (with J.D. King). The Olms' self-titled debut album landed at #4 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers, so they are not doing bad at all.