Train pulled into Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre for a night of feel good rock and roll with special guests O•A•R and Natasha Bedingfield on May 27, 2017.
Founding member and lead vocalist Pat Monahan is clearly the conductor of this Grammy Award-winning band. The singer spent the majority of his time up front and interacting with the fans while the rest of the band kept the music on track behind him. Train is out on the road in support of “a girl a bottle a boat.” They will be trekking across the United States during the Play That Song Tour during the summer of 2017. Be sure to bring your cell phone because Pat Monahan loves to borrow them to take selfies of himself on stage. If you’re lucky enough to be in the right spot, you’ll be able to go home with a nice souvenir.
Train Setlist — Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
50 Ways to Say Goodbye
If It’s Love
Angel in Blue Jeans
Save Me, San Francisco
Calling All Angels
When I Look to the Sky
You Can Call Me Al (Paul Simon cover)
Mermaid/Shape of You/Cheap Thrills/Treat You Better/Lost and Found
Hey, Soul Sister
Play That Song
Midnight Rider (The Allman Brothers Band cover)
Drops of Jupiter
Rockville, Marylnd’s O•A•R supported Train with a set of jamming rock and roll tunes. The band’s name is an acronym for Of a Revolution. O•A•R’s lineup features Marc Roberge (singer/guitarist), Richard On (lead guitarist), Benj Gershman (bassist), Chris Culos (drummer), and Jerry DePizzo (saxophonist). Their high-energy style of playing was the perfect catalyst to fire up the fans for a night of live music in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Singer/songwriter Natasha Bedingfield opened the show with poppy, uptempo tunes. Natasha’s performance showcased her vocal range and proved that she was worthy of being nominated as Best British Female Artist.