Columbia Records recording artists Train will embark on a headlining tour beginning on October 20 in Seattle, WA. The 25-city jaunt will last until December 11 in support of Train’s new album, Save Me, San Francisco, due in stores on October 27. Tickets for the tour go on sale on September 12; Uncle Kracker will serve as the opening act.

Additionally, Train will lend their support to find a cure for Muscular Dystrophy by performing on the Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon on Labor Day, September 7.

Grammy Award- winning band Train, will release their new album, Save Me, San Francisco on October 27, 2009. The album contains the new summer anthem, “Hey, Soul Sister”, now available for purchase on iTunes. Save Me, San Francisco is the multi-platinum-selling band’s fifth studio album.

Save Me, San Francisco hearkens back to the band’s early days in the mid-‘90s, when they first formed in the city by the bay. This album marks the restoration of Train’s original line-up, including vocalist Pat Monahan, guitarist Jimmy Stafford and drummer Scott Underwood, since 2003’s platinum offering, My Private Nation.

Tour Dates include:

10/20 Seattle, WA The Moore

10/21 Portland, OR The Crystal

10/24 Ventura, CA Ventura Theatre

10/26 Los Angeles, CA HOB

10/29 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot

10/30 Denver, CO Ogden

11/1 Minneapolis, MN 1st Ave

11/3 Detroit, MI Royal Oak

11/4 Cleveland, OH HOB

11/5 Philadelphia, PA TLA

11/8 Washington DC 930 Club

11/9 Boston, MA HOB

11/10 New York, NY Webster

11/12 Baltimore, MD Ram’s Head

11/13 Richmond, VA The National

11/14 Myrtle Beach, SC HOB

11/15 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore

11/17 Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle

11/18 Orlando, FL HOB

11/20 New Orleans, LA HOB

11/21 Austin, TX LaZona

11/22 Houston, TX HOB

11/23 Dallas, TX HOB

12/11 San Diego, CA HOB


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