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Train’s A Comin’

02:01 PM Thursday 4/19/12 |   |

Climb onboard for Train’s “California 37” tour scheduled to depart the station July 10 in Montreal.

  • Train

    White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, Wash.
    September 13, 2011

    (David Conger / DavidConger.com)

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Sure, Train has a new album, California 37, which will figure prominently when the band starts chuggin’ down the touring track this summer. The tour’s name also celebrates the band’s new Cabernet Sauvignon from Train’s Save Me wine company in San Francisco. A portion of the “California 37” wine’s sales will be donated to San Francisco charity Family House which provides temporary housing for families of seriously ill children.

Train’s latest single “Drive By” is an international sensation. Released digitally in January, the track has hit No. 1 in Germany, Netherlands, Finland, India, New Zealand and Switzerland and is No. 10 on iTunes. Overall, “Drive By” has sold more than 1.5 million downloads across the globe.

Train’s “California 37” tour launches July 10 Montreal at Metropolis and keeps on going until it arrives at Phoenix’s Comerica Theater Sept. 30. Stops along the way include Toronto, Ontario, at Sony Center For The Performing Arts July 11; St. Louis at Peabody Opera House July 29; Nashville at The Woods At Fontanel Aug. 5; Highland Park, Ill, at Ravinia Festival at Ravinia Park Aug. 11-12; Philadelphia at Mann Center For Performing Arts Aug. 18; Atlanta at Chastain Park Amphitheatre Sept. 7 and Los Angeles at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Sept. 29.

Guests Mat Kearney and Andy Grammer will open select dates.

Fan club presale and general onsale information forthcoming. Visit TrainLine.com for more information.


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