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  • Pete Roche

    5 reasons to see Hall & Oates in concert

    Daryl Hall and John Oates haven’t made an album together in over a decade...but it almost doesn’t matter. Why? Well, for starters, Hall & Oates were already rock’s best-selling pop duo by the early Eighties, when songs from the platinum-certified albums Voices, Private Eyes, and H20 hurdled and...
  • Pete Roche

    Train circles back to Cleveland for surprise make-up show

    Train played that song again in Cleveland yesterday. And all those other ones, too. Singer Pat Monahan and his “Meet Virginia” cohorts from the Golden State returned to Cavs Town for an exclusive sunset performance last night at Jacob’s Pavilion. The band added the surprise concert to its already...
  • Train coming to Dallas for ‘Play That Song’ tour

    Train coming to Dallas for ‘Play That Song’ tour

    Train is preparing to release their 10th studio album, a girl a bottle a boat, and they have announced a huge tour to accompany the release of the album. Train announced on their official website that they are going to tour with O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield and they will hit Dallas on the Play...
  • Train announce dates for 2017 Play That Song Tour

    Train announce dates for 2017 Play That Song Tour

    This spring and summer Train will be playing new songs and old favorites for fans all across North America. Their 2017 Play That Song Tour features over 45 dates, and it kicks off May 12 in Las Vegas with their concert at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.  This tour is named after the lead single from...
  • Melanie Gomez

    Photo Gallery: Fresh 102.7 Holiday Jam 2016

    On Wednesday, Dec. 7, New York's Fresh 102.7 radio station took their Holiday Jam concert to Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City with its three main acts, O.A.R., James Bay, and Train. Each and every performer on the stage that night was highly praised by the crowd's high-spirited energy. Some...
  • The 10 best Train songs

    The 10 best Train songs

    Train is a rock band formed in San Francisco back in 1993. The group scored a hit when their debut (and self-titled) album hit in 1998. The band’s sound has evolved significantly over the past two decades, from groovy alt-rock to country collaborations (“Bruises”) to outright pop and dance tunes...

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