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.
The video offers up ‘Walking Dead’ actress Emily Kinney as a waitress who is physically assaulted by a customer.
This summer, plan to spend a little quality time with Train. But, before you do, prepare yourself for their very Walking Dead video for “Bulletproof Picasso.”
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.
Train stopped by to perform in our Acoustic Sunrise studio and Dan O’Brien had the chance to ask Pat Monahan a few questions while they were here.
“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.
With the summer coming to an end, we can’t help but get a little nostalgic about our favorite summer pastime: going to the beach. Lying in the sand, diving through waves and getting our tan […]
By Annie Reuter When Andy Grammer hopped into a cab to head back to his house after his Back Home Summer Tour ended, his cab driver asked if he was a musician. “It was the […]
Train and tough guy actor Danny Trejo, together at last.
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.