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Thu August 30, 2012
Train's Pat Monahan
With work spanning over a decade, the Grammy Award winning band Train romanced listeners with songs like 'Meet Virginia', 'Calling All Angles', 'Drops of Jupiter' and 'Hey, Soul Sister'. Their newest album is California 37, a response to their previous album Save Me San Francisco. Bringing even more soul to the masses, the album brings us through the ups and downs of relationships with sweet melodies and toe-tapping beats.
WAMC's Katie Britton spoke with front man Pat Monahan about California 37, and Train’s performance at Tanglewood in Lenox MA, tomorrow, Friday August 31st at 7PM.