Saturday Song Of The Week.

Saturday Song of The Week,  where we post a live performance that occurred during the week from a rock, pop, indie or alternative band.  Today’s song is from the group Train.

Train is an American Rock band from San Francisco, California formed in 1994.  The core of this band is led by frontman Patrick Monahan, along with Jimmy Stafford and Scott Underwood.  Their debut album Train was released in 1998 with the hit single Meet Virginia.  Their second release which hit the stores in 2001, Drops of Jupiter, won two Grammy Awards in 2002 for the single Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me), and still remains their most successful album to date.

They have released three albums since, with Save Me, San Francisco as their latest production in 2009.  Many of their songs have appeared on commercials, and televisions shows such as One Tree Hill.  They are working on a new album which is slated for release in the spring of 2012.

Here they are performing the title track from their latest album, Save Me, San Francisco live on the Today Show, Friday Morning.

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