Gorge Amphitheatre | Quincy, WA
Gorge favorites Train are back, and they're hitting the road again this summer on a 45-date stint, named the "Play That Song Tour" after their recent smash hit single! The band will be joined by British pop star Natasha Bedingfield & 90s rock band O.A.R., and they'll be heading to Gorge Amphitheatre on Saturday 15th July 2017!
“We can’t wait to pack our gear and visit all of your beautiful cities this summer with a few of our incredible friends, O.A.R. & Natasha Bedingfield. Every summer it gets a little more fun, and with the songs from a girl a bottle a boat, I think 2017 will be the best show we’ve ever put on. Hope you can make it out to the Play That Song Tour. These songs are best heard live," said lead singer Pat Monahan.
American roots rock band Train are best known for their signature Billboard Hot 100 singles “Hey, Soul Sister,” “Drops of Jupiter” and “Drive By.” Formed in 1993 in San Francisco, the band's current line-up consists of: Patrick Monahan (vocals), Luis Maldonado (guitar), Hector Maldonado (bass, vocals), Drew Shoals (drums), and Jerry Becker (keyboards, guitar), and occasionally founding member Jimmy Stafford (lead guitar). The band's 2009 hit “Hey, Soul Sister”, taken from the gold certified album Save Me, was an RIAA 6x Platinum-certified international hit, and the band have earned two Grammy Awards in their career. Their tenth studio album a girl a bottle a boat, was released in January 2017.