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Train BioFor more than two decades, Train has been one of rock and roll’s most consistent bands. Train has been an essential fixture in the roots rock and pop rock worlds since their late-90s debut, and they’ve produced monster hits like “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” and “Hey, Soul Sister” – two songs that debuted eight years apart, a further sign of the band’s staying power. Today, Train tickets and Train albums remain hot sellers, and the band continues to thrill fans in energetic live concerts.
Of course, it hasn’t all been a cakewalk for Train. The band and its members have had their ups and downs. Train has weathered personal problems, changes in musical tastes, changes in the band’s lineup, a hiatus, and a comeback. Despite all of the adversity that the band’s members have faced, the group has emerged as strong as ever.
The story of Train begins with Patrick Monahan, the group’s frontman. Monahan hails from Erie, Pennsylvania, and he got his musical start playing in a Led Zeppelin cover band there. When that group dissolved, Monahan left Erie and headed west to California. There, he met Rob Hotchkiss, who would play a big role in Train’s early years. Monahan and Hotchkiss recruited other members to form a new band that would play original compositions. They added Jimmy Stafford (guitar), Charlie Colin (bass), and Scott Underwood (drums). The members came together to form the new group in the San Francisco Bay Area, a location that would figure prominently in some of their songs. They called the new band “Train.” It was 1994, and Monahan’s fledgling group was just getting started.
Train had the talent to make it big, but major record labels didn’t seem able to see it early on. Frustrated, the members of Train decided to self-produce their own debut album. Luckily for the members of Train, fans could see what record companies couldn’t: Train tickets were already being sold all over. The band reached fans far from their native California thanks to big-name touring mates like Hootie & the Blowfish and Counting Crows.
The band was finally signed in the late 1990s, and their self-produced debut album was released on Aware Records, a Columbia Records imprint. It was a critical and commercial success, and the album’s second single, “Meet Virginia,” became the band’s first real hit. “Meet Virginia” reached number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 and got lots of top 40 airplay.
The band headed back to the studio to record the follow-up to their hit debut album. They recorded with major-label funding for the first time, and the result was the band’s most iconic record. Drops of Jupiter (2001) went double-platinum. Its commercial success was fueled by the success of “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me),” a huge hit that reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100.
After the massive success of Drops of Jupiter, Train became one of the biggest pop rock bands on the planet. Fans were lining up to get Train tickets, and copies of both of the band’s two albums were flying off the shelves. Train’s self-produced debut album went platinum, and the band took off on their Drops of Jupiter tour.
The band was on top of the world, but they’d soon have to deal with new kinds of adversity. In 2003, Hotchkiss – one of the band’s most important founding members – left the group over creative differences. Nevertheless, the band’s next album, My Private Nation (2003), was another huge hit. But after My Private Nation’s release, the problems continued. Bassist Charlie Colin had lost control of his drug use, and his substance addiction problems led to his firing. The band’s next album, For Me, It's You (2006), was a commercial disappointment and became the only Train album not to receive a RIAA certification. In 2006, Train went on hiatus.
Though Monahan produced solo material, the three years of the band’s hiatus were sad ones for Train fans. Fans had to wait until August of 2009 to hear from the band again.
But when Train returned, they did so with style. Their comeback began with the release of “Hey, Soul Sister,” the band’s first new single in three years. “Hey, Soul Sister” was a monster hit. It reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100, one spot higher than “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” had made it. The success of “Hey, Soul Sister” helped the band’s 2009 album Save Me, San Francisco go gold. More than 950,000 copies of the album have been sold, nearly enough to earn a platinum distinction.
The band’s sixth studio album, California 37 (2012), was another critical and commercial success. It was certified gold in the United States, as well as in the United Kingdom and Australia. The band followed California 37 up with yet another strong record, Bulletproof Picasso (2014).
Having accomplished nearly everything a rock band could, the band decided to do something new: record a Christmas album. Christmas in Tahoe (2015) was released on Amazon and is the band’s most recent album – though the group continues to work on new material.
Train has been through a lot in the more than 20 years since they first came together in the San Francisco Bay Area. The group has dealt with internal turmoil, lost key members, taken a hiatus, and returned to a world with different musical tastes. But the group’s ever-evolving brand of pop rock has kept them in the forefront of the music scene throughout their long career. Frontman Patrick Monahan and his band have produced massive hits nearly a decade apart, proving that Train is a band with staying power.
Today, Train tickets and Train albums sell as well as they did when the band first broke out in the early 1990s. Fans and critics alike appreciate Train’s distinctive yet evolving style, and the group continues to write and perform at the highest level. Train has been carving out their place in rock history for more than two decades, and they don’t show any signs of slowing down.
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Cheap Train TicketsThe events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
|$5.00||Train — 08/13/2016|
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park; Alpharetta, GA
|$9.95||Train with O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield — 07/08/2017|
Shoreline Amphitheatre; Mountain View, CA
|$10.00||Train with O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield — 07/03/2017|
Starlight Theatre; Kansas City, MO
|$11.00||Not So Silent Night: Train with Matt Nathanson and Mary Lambert — 12/15/2014|
The Fillmore Silver Spring; Silver Spring, MD
|$15.00||Train — 06/18/2015|
Bangor Waterfront Pavilion; Bangor, ME
|$16.00||Train — 05/27/2015|
Isleta Amphitheater; Albuquerque, NM
|$17.60||Train with O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield — 06/30/2017|
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre - Chicago; Tinley Park, IL
|$18.00||Train — 06/23/2015|
Molson Amphitheatre; Toronto, ON
|$20.00||Fresh 102.7 Holiday Jam: Train with Daughtry Gavin DeGraw and Echosmith — 12/10/2014|
Beacon Theatre; New York, NY
|$21.00||Train — 07/11/2015|
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre; Maryland Heights, MO
Best and Most Expensive Train TicketsThe events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
|$406.00||Train with O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield — 07/09/2017|
Harveys Outdoor Amphitheatre At Lake Tahoe; Stateline, NV
|$249.00||Wine Amplified Festival 2-DAY PASS — 10/10/2014|
MGM Resorts Village; Las Vegas, NV
|$241.00||Train — 01/04/2015|
Sydney Opera House; Sydney, Australia
|$216.00||Train — 03/24/2015|
The O2 Arena; London, UK
|$182.00||Train — 12/07/2014|
Indiana State Fairgrounds; Indianapolis, IN
|$163.00||Train — 11/06/2015|
Fantasy Springs Resort; Indio, CA
|$154.00||Train — 12/14/2015|
Fillmore SF; San Francisco, CA
|$148.00||Train — 12/06/2014|
Ace of Spades; Sacramento, CA
|$134.00||Train — 06/08/2016|
Neumos; Seattle, WA
|$93.00||Train — 12/06/2015|
Ace of Spades; Sacramento, CA