Train, Recorded Live In Concert

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Since forming in San Francisco in 1994, Train has had an undeniable impact on contemporary music, selling millions and touring with acts such as Barenaked Ladies and Counting Crows. Along the way, the group has released five studio albums and won a Grammy for its ubiquitous pop hit "Drops of Jupiter." Hear Train perform live in concert from WXPN and World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.

Set List

"Save Me, San Francisco"

"Meet Virginia"

"Cab"

"Hey, Soul Sister"

"Goin' to California"

"Calling All Angels"

"Parachute"

"Drops of Jupiter"

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After a stretch of tremendous radio success — three of Train's albums peaked in the Billboard Top 10 — the band recently took a three-year break to recharge its batteries and revamp its folk-rock sound. Paying homage to Train's hometown, the new Save Me, San Francisco is a carefully crafted mix of bluesy, folk-influenced rock.

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Album
Save Me, San Francisco
Artist
Train
Label
Columbia
Released
2009

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