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Train Interview With Todd And Nina At Santa Slam 2014!

Todd and Nina interviewed Patrick Monahan and Jimmy Stafford of Train after a performance that brought down the house at Santa Slam 2014! Patrick reveals his favorite part of performing, and Nina shares an AWKWARD story about Patrick’s wife. 68 more words


Train Aims to 'Get Into People’s Lives' with 'Bulletproof Picasso'

By Radio.com Staff

Pat Monahan of Train spent much of his Mermaids of Alcatraz Tour last year working on new songs for the band’s seventh studio album. 516 more words


Drops of Jupiter

Drops of Jupiter

California Red Wine

Hey all.  My name is Jimmy Stafford.  I’m in the band Train and I happen to like wine.  

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The Story Behind 'Angel In Blue Jeans' Explained By Pat Monahan & Jimmy Stafford of Train

On May 5, 2014 — several months after Train announced they would be releasing their seventh studio album, Bulletproof Picasso — guitarist Jimmy Stafford posted a Tweet with the anagram “SGIJANNULAEBENEL”; the name of Train’s first single from the aforementioned album. 345 more words


Train release first single, "Angel in Blue Jeans" from forthcoming album

Train has just released their song, “Angel In Blue Jeans” which is the first single off their upcoming album Bulletproof Picasso which is set for a September 16th release. 123 more words


Scott Underwood announces departure from Train

Do not go where the path may lead,

go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

The above quote has always been my favorite and has applied to myself in life where I could have chosen to continue down the same path, but gained the courage to head into the unknown and make my own path. 390 more words


Train Plans New Album For 2014 Release

The members of Train recently wrapped what guitarist Jimmy Stafford calls by far the band’s “biggest tour” — and they’re already back to work.

Stafford, frontman Pat Monahan and drummer Scott Underwood have started writing songs for a new album, the follow-up to 2012’s “California 37.” 79 more words