Returning from their three year hiatus, Train perform music off their new album, 'Save Me San Francisco' as well as one of their all time hits, 'Drops Of Jupiter' in this soul searching Unplugged.

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About Train

  1. The past two years have proven to be good ones for San Francisco rockers Train. After taking a three-year break, the trio -- made up of lead vocalist Patrick Monahan, guitarist Jimmy Stafford and drummer Scott Underwood -- returned to the scene with a new album, Save Me San Francisco and the most successful single of their career, "Hey, Soul Sister." The band formed over a decade ago and, ever since then, it's been impossible to escape their long line of hits, including "Meet Virginia" and "Drops Of Jupiter," which won two Grammy Awards in 2001. In 2003, the band produced their third album, My Private Nation, which went platinum largely due to the success of "Calling All Angels." The band was eager to build upon their... More»

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