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Posted by: Jeff the Kiwi – Advisor - 03 November 2010

Filed under: concert, Events, Train

They’re regulars on just about every New Zealand radio station and now they’re coming live to New Zealand! Train’s big Australia and New Zealand tour has just been announced, and the tour will bring the band to Auckland’s Bruce Mason Centre.

On Wednesday 9 February 2011 Train will showcase their latest album Save Me San Francisco as well as their Grammy-nominated album Drops Of Jupiter in Auckland. Train’s biggest hit Hey, Soul Sister topped the charts in 17 countries, and their latest song Save Me San Francisco is currently played all over the radio. The band, which formed in 1994 to make awesome blues and folk-infused rock, comprises of singer Pat Monahan, guitarist Jimmy Stafford and drummer Scott Underwood. Pat Monahan says: “[Our latest] album is about love in every way you can think about it.” So go on and share the love at Train’s only gig in New Zealand! Auckland tickets for the general public will go on sale at 9am sharp on Monday 8 November.

Train plays New Zealand on Wednesday 9 February at the Bruce Mason Centre, Auckland

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