Train’s frontman talks about his ‘modest’ image and his band’s 20-year legacy. He also offers informed views on why KISS belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and whether Steven Tyler’s Nashville album will connect with country fans.
Before Monahan boarded a flight to New York, he told Radio.com about Bulletproof Picasso, what art he enjoys and why America still suffers from white privilege.
“Bulletproof Picasso” is the seventh studio release from Train, and the band is our Impact artist this week. “I want to get into people’s lives with this album,” said singer Pat Monahan.
Pat Monahan and Jimmy Stafford — the only two remaining members of the original Train lineup — stopped by the Fresh 102.7 studio to break down the meaning of their new single and further discuss the loves of their lives.
Monahan checked in from the road with Radio.com to discuss “the funnest tour we’ve ever had,” what to expect from Train’s next album, the possibility of a country-leaning solo album, and his approach to songwriting.
Three songs into the third night of her sold-out RED Tour at Newark’s Prudential Center, Taylor Swift introduced herself to those seeing her for the first time.
Pat Monahan: Train vocalist, shy guy looking for a two-ply Hefty bag, compulsive liar and… complainer? Well, he thinks so, anyway. According to a post on his personal Tumblr (PatBlogahan.com, which is actually the best name ever), Monahan has decided that he’s […]
Pat Monahan isn’t only enjoying his birthday this week, he’s celebrating the release of Train’s latest video for “Mermaid.” The singer, who turned 44 on February 28, told Radio.com that the band’s latest single off of 2012’s California […]
Photos from New Year’s Even in NYC with host Carson Daly alongside Pat Monahan of Train and 2012’s The Voice winner, Cassadee Pope.
After a young fan from Sea Bright, NJ posted a video about the devastation Sandy caused in her hometown, the members of Train knew they had to help.