Grammy award-winning rock group Train will help close out the 2014 Tanglewood season this summer with a Labor Day Weekend concert on Friday, Aug. 29. Tickets for the performance go on sale with the full Tanglewood season Sunday, Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. at www.tanglewood.org, by calling (888)-266-1200, or by visiting the Symphony Hall Box Office.
Shed prices for the Train concert range from $44.50 to $99.50 and lawn seats cost $27.50. Train made its Tanglewood debut with a concert on Aug. 8, 2011 and performed again at Tanglewood in August of 2012.
The 2014 Tanglewood season, June 28--Aug. 30, will feature more than 100 performances, including concerts by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops and Tanglewood Music Center; chamber music, recital and concert opera presentations in Ozawa Hall; and a series of Popular Artist concerts, highlighted in 2014 by the return of James Taylor with his extraordinary band to the Koussevitzky Music Shed on July 3 and 4.
The multi-platinum band Train made its mark on music history with the Grammy Award-winning song "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" and chart-topping singles like "Meet Virginia" and "Calling All Angels." Train earned its third Grammy in 2011 for the worldwide smash "Hey Soul Sister" from Save Me, San Francisco. The top-selling single of 2010, "Hey Soul Sister" hit No. 1 on radio in the United States and in 15 countries abroad. Save Me, San Francisco has sold more than one million albums worldwide and more than 10 million tracks. In addition to taking the sales and radio worlds by storm, Train has made numerous television appearances, performing on the NFC Championship Game, American Music Awards, the Grammy Nomination Concert, Crossroads, The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Monday Night Football, A&E Private Sessions, America's Got Talent, The View, Dancing With The Stars, Live With Regis and Kelly, Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Bachelor, Rachael Ray and more.
In 2012, Train released their sixth album, California 37, and the album's single, "Drive By," charted in the Top 40, Hot AC and AAA radio. Train recorded the album in San Francisco and Los Angeles with Butch Walker and Espionage producing the record.