Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion | Rogers, AR
Hey, hey, hey!
Train, the 2022 Summer AM Gold tour with Jewel and Blues Traveler comes to Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion on Sunday, July 17th 2022. Grab your tickets now and let Train blow your mind, this mega hit producing band will come out and just astound you with the staggering amount of hits they have produced, “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)”, “Calling All Angels” and “Hey, Soul Sister” are just the beginning, they will have you singing and dancing all night long.
“The 2022 Summer AM Gold tour will be all those things and more as we are joined by our dear friends Jewel and Blues Traveler, along with special guests Thunderstorm Artis + Will Anderson on select dates! What a ride! We can’t wait to see you all out there, dancing and singing along to their amazing music as well as our new album, AM Gold.” Said lead singer of Train, Pat Monahan.
From in San Francisco, the Pop-rock band, Train is lead singer Pat Monahan, guitarist and singer Taylor Locke, bassist and singer Hector Maldonado, keyboardist Jerry Becker, drummer Matt Musty, and the gorgeous backing singers Sakai Smith, and Nikita Houston. Their debut album, Train, in 1998 spawned the hit "Meet Virginia", their 2001 album, Drops of Jupiter, produced the international hit "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)", and won the band two Grammy Awards. In 2003 the album, My Private Nation, brought the single, "Calling All Angels", then in 2009 their, Save Me, San Francisco, album produced the 6× platinum-certified single, "Hey, Soul Sister". The brand-new album, AM Gold, releases on May 20th 2022, featuring the new single "AM Gold". The album is Trains’ first studio album since "A Girl, a Bottle, a Boat" came out in 2017.
In 2021, Jewel Kilcher, won the sixth season of The Masked Singer as the Queen of Hearts, and subsequently released the cover EP, Queen of Hearts, featuring covers of all the songs she performed on the show. Meanwhile, Blues Traveler released their latest album, Traveler's Blues, which has been nominated by The Recording Academy for Best Traditional Blues album at the 2022 Grammy Awards.