ABC News“Tonight is gonna be a lot of fun for us,” Train frontman Pat Monahan told the crowd at Atlantic City, New Jersey’s Borgata Hotel & Casino Saturday night. “Are you ready?” The enthusiastic crowd’s answer was yes, and the band obliged by playing their hits, digging deep into their back catalog, and previewing one-third of their new album Bulletproof Picasso, due September 16.
The Atlantic City date was one is a series of one-off shows in the run-up to the special album release concerts Train plans to do in September in L.A., New York and San Francisco. Still, the band performed four tracks from the new album, including the anthemic title track, the current single “Angel in Blue Jeans,” and two additional tunes: “Cadillac Cadillac” and “Wonder What You’re Doing for the Rest of Your Life,” which on the album is a duet with R&B singer Marsha Ambrosius. The band’s two new female backup singers filled in for her onstage, and filled out the band’s overall sound as well.
All the new songs were well-received and the band — now a lineup of seven, including the two remaining …read more