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About Train

San Francisco Roots rockers Train are infamous for bionic live jams, backstage brattitude, and brash band relations. But their pseudo-twangy, Hootie-esque vocal harmonies seem to seep into almost every one of their songs. Train's first album was a trust-funded endeavor that landed the band a deal with Aware/Columbia Records. Those who enjoy the simplicity of songwriting as well as festival-friendly songwriting are sure to find home in the sound of Train's soul searching soundtrack.

Listen toTrainon Rhapsody

San Francisco Roots rockers Train are infamous for bionic live jams, backstage brattitude, and brash band relations. But their pseudo-twangy, Hootie-esque vocal harmonies seem to seep into almost every one of their songs. Train's first album was a trust-funded endeavor that landed the band a deal with Aware/Columbia Records. Those who enjoy the simplicity of songwriting as well as festival-friendly songwriting are sure to find home in the sound of Train's soul searching soundtrack.

About Train

San Francisco Roots rockers Train are infamous for bionic live jams, backstage brattitude, and brash band relations. But their pseudo-twangy, Hootie-esque vocal harmonies seem to seep into almost every one of their songs. Train's first album was a trust-funded endeavor that landed the band a deal with Aware/Columbia Records. Those who enjoy the simplicity of songwriting as well as festival-friendly songwriting are sure to find home in the sound of Train's soul searching soundtrack.

About Train

San Francisco Roots rockers Train are infamous for bionic live jams, backstage brattitude, and brash band relations. But their pseudo-twangy, Hootie-esque vocal harmonies seem to seep into almost every one of their songs. Train's first album was a trust-funded endeavor that landed the band a deal with Aware/Columbia Records. Those who enjoy the simplicity of songwriting as well as festival-friendly songwriting are sure to find home in the sound of Train's soul searching soundtrack.