Despite what the band may say, they aren't in need of saving, not from San Francisco or from anybody. The only thing they
might need saving from is their ravenous fans who can't seem to get enough of the sign-song rock band that is dominating the
charts. Train plays the kind of music everybody loves, the kind of songs you can put on in the car, roll the windows down
on a sunny day and get lost in the music. And while their music is fantastic, their live shows take those songs to new heights.
There's nothing quite like seeing Train perform all their hits live, so hurry over to StubHub to purchase concert tickets to see Train live and enjoy a concert you'll remember
For two decades, Train has been one of the most reliable rock bands in music, reliable not for their continuity of sound
but for their consistent chart-topping hits. Every few years Train releases a new album, and every few years those songs dominate
the airwaves. Train is a band that can be counted on to progress every album and push its sound in new directions as well
as a band that delivers unbeatable live shows. Train concerts are known to be sensational and unpredictable.
Feeling unfulfilled as a musician in Erie, PA, Pat Monahan left coal-mining country and headed west, landing in San Francisco
and immediately plugging himself in to the underground rock scene. There he met other like-minded musicians looking for some
glue, and thus Train was born. After only a couple of years together, the band was opening for 1990s mega bands such as the
Barenaked Ladies, Hootie and the Blowfish and the Counting Crows, and it wasn't long before Train was a household name and
stars in their own right. Their first self-titled album went platinum and immediately thrust Train into the spotlight. Since
that massive 1998 debut, Train has continued to be a band of rock innovators and hit makers, and every year they just get
better and better!
A powerful force in music since their inception and to today, Train has built a reputation as a rock band of considerable
talent. Songs such as Calling All Angels and Drops of Jupiter made the San Francisco stars some of America's most popular
singers, belting out hits that audiences swooned over. While Train was formed during the glory days of alt rock immediately
following the dissolution of grunge, the group found more success as a poppy rock world. Train straddled the line between
adult contemporary and younger alternative rock, creating a sound that appealed to a wide range of audiences, and they've
never abandoned that commitment to making music everybody loves.
They've won a Grammy Award. They've sold more than four million albums in the U.S. Three of their albums have been in the
Billboard Top 10. And they've done it all by staying true to themselves and their sound. A living legend of a rock band, Train
has made music that's crossed genres, spanned decades and delighted audiences for more than a generation. They sold-out arenas
and rocked them all. If you want to see where rock has been and where it's going, head over to StubHub to purchase rock tickets to see Train live to get a lesson in
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