Train has announced the second leg of their tour in support of their latest release "Save Me, San Francisco," and they'll be bringing along special guest Butch Walker and The Black Widows.
Train has announced the second leg of their tour in support of their latest release Save Me, San Francisco, and they’ll be bringing along special guest Butch Walker and The Black Widows. The San Francisco based band released their latest album last fall, and has seen strong sales thanks in large part to the hit song “Hey, Soul Sister.”; Produced by Martin Terefe (Jason Mraz, James Morrison, KT Tunstall), Save Me, San Francisco channels Train’s early days, revisiting the roots rock sound that has made the band such a tour de force. It also marked a return to the band’s original line up which includes vocalist Pat Monahan, guitarist Jimmy Stafford and drummer Scott Underwood. After completing a 28-city concert tour to promote the new album last year, the band will resume with the second leg of their Save Me, San Francisco tour beginning March 4 in Ft. Lauderdale with singer/songwriter Butch Walker and The Black Widows opening. Walker and his new backing band are touring in support of the upcoming release I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart, an album that is being dubbed by Walker as a cross between ‘classic country and 70’s glam rock.’ Featuring eleven new songs co-written by Walker and his songwriting partner Michael Trent, the album will be released exclusively on vinyl on February 2, followed by a cd/digital release on February 23.