In September 2014, Counting Crows released its seventh studio album, Somewhere Under Wonderland, and, after returning from a world tour that started last summer, playing songs from the album before it had even been released, the group began another domestic circuit in July. On Sunday, Oct. 11, that tour will come to a close as the band makes Oklahoma City’s Zoo Amphitheatre its last hurrah. Counting Crows’ first all-original studio album since 2008, Somewhere Under Wonderland, the group’s sixth Top 10 album, showcases frontman Adam Duritz’s rasp and grit, with an aged appreciation. And with that lapse in creative mastery between the two albums arrived a new lyrical direction. Set lists from previous stops on the group’s tour have included “Palisades Park,” “Scarecrow” and “God of Ocean Tides” off its latest album, as well as past favorites, including “Round Here,” “A Long December,” “Come Down,” “Omaha,” “Colorblind,” “Start Again” and “Mr. Jones.” For more information, visit www.zooamp.com.