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Train’s Pat Monahan: Sailing the Seas of Yacht Rock on ‘AM Gold,’ Wine, Baseball and “Hey, Soul Sister” (The Interview)

Train first came to prominence with the double-platinum single “Meet Virginia,” off its 1998 self-titled debut album. Since then, the affable pop/rock band led by singer/songwriter Pat Monahan has landed nearly two dozen hits at Adult Rock radio, including such staples as “Drops of Jupiter,” “Calling All Angels,” “Hey, Soul Sister,” “If It’s Love,” “Drive By,” “50 Ways to Say Goodbye,” “Bruises,” “Angel in Blue Jeans” and more.
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Listen: Max Homa Does It Again and Train’s Pat Monahan Stops By

Max Homa, that guy from Twitter who just happens to be a PGA Tour pro, became a repeat winner at the Wells Fargo Championship, where sleeping with the lead didn't work out well for the guys. Hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell look at the now-four-time champ Homa, and how some of the other pros fared at TPC Potomac.

PAT MONAHAN from TRAIN guests on new DELILAH Episode

Pat Monahan from the GRAMMY award-winning rock group, Train, joins Delilah, the undisputed queen of sappy love songs, on the latest episode of her popular podcast, Love Someone: A Podcast with Delilah. Pat talks to Delilah about the multi-GRAMMY award-winning band’s new project, AM Gold –their first album in five...
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Train's AM Gold Is A Self-Love Song Says Pat Monahan

Train frontman Pat Monahan spoke with Audacy's 96.5 TIC about the band's brand new single, "AM Gold", which is the title track to their just announcement album. Pat appeared on the Hartford radio station's Mornings With Christine & Salt show and said of the track, "This is like a self-love song. I watch so many people, they rely on someone to make them feel happy. And this is like, 'You've got us, you don't need that. Come and join us.'

Train frontman Pat Monahan reveals he’s recovering from arm surgery

Train has been a little quiet on social media lately, even though they have a new record coming out shortly. Taking to Instagram, frontman Pat Monahan explained the social media hiatus. “I had my arm fixed the other day, so I’m kinda [loopy,]” he revealed, but declined to explain further on that. Although, he did hint he’s already on the mend when talking about snowball fights and said he’d “love to be a part of” them.

Train frontman, Erie native Pat Monahan to star in Hallmark Christmas movie premiering Nov. 28

The Hallmark Channel, known for its holiday-centric movies this time of year, will have an Erie connection as part of the network's "Countdown to Christmas" programming. Erie native and Grammy-winning singer Pat Monahan and his band Train will have an original movie, "Christmas in Tahoe," premiering Nov. 28 at 6 p.m. on the Hallmark Channel. The movie, inspired by the multi-Grammy Award-winning group's Christmas album of the same name originally released in 2015, portrays a story of love and family.

Erie native Pat Monahan and band Train rock out Erie Insurance Arena

Erie born rock star Pat Monahan and his Grammy Award winning multi-platinum rock band Train had a homecoming on Saturday evening. the 52-year-old McDowell High School and Edinboro University grad rocked out at Erie Insurance Arena on Saturday August 21st. Monahan started his professional career here in Erie with the...
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Erie native Pat Monahan delights, Train plays to more than 4,000 at Erie Insurance Arena

From grandparents twirling their grandchildren, to groups of middle-aged women dancing in their seats, everyone was on their feet at Train's concert Saturday night. More than 4,000 people came out to see Train perform at the Erie Insurance Arena for the first time since 2011. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Train's Drops of Jupiter album, many of the songs performed throughout the night were featured on that record.

Train frontman Pat Monahan talks return to the stage, 20 years of "Drops of Jupiter"

7NewsDC — It's been 20 years since Train stormed the charts with their Grammy winning hit, "Drops of Jupiter." They've since sold more than 10 million albums around the world with timeless songs including "Hey Soul Sister," "Calling All Angels," and "Drive By." You can hear those hits and more tonight at the MECU Pavilion in Baltimore and Thursday at Wolf Trap. Eileen Whelan spoke with frontman Pat Monahan before he hits the stage.