With the new single "Hey Soul Sister" already high in the air charts, Train announce their next Italian date, 17 May at the Salumeria della Musica in Milan. The American line-up takes its new album on tour 'Save me, San Francisco', the first studio work in four years after a meditative pause strongly desired by the band following the release of "For me it's you" of 2006.

Pat Monathan (vocals), Jimmy Stafford (guitar) and Scott Underwood (drums)
will be in Italy for one stop in Lombardy's capital, in a venue - La Salumeria - perfect for enhancing the 'roots' side of their music, a dominant element in their latest album.

Train came to success with the single "Drops of Jupiterin 2001, which was one of the best-selling records of that year in the United States. Fame also arrived in Europe and then in Italy, confirmed with 'Calling all angels'2003 hit from their album 'My Private Nation'.

Pat and his companions have been missing in Italy since 2005, a country that has always welcomed the American band with great affection: the possibility for fans to admire them in an intimate and 'warm' location such as the Salumeria della Musica makes this appointment truly special and exclusive.



Here are the details of their only Italian date:


TRAIN - 'Save me, San Francisco' Tour 2010

Monday 17 May 2010 - Milan - La Salumeria della Musica

Ingr. 22 euro +prev.

Tickets on sale on the TicketOne circuit and later in the usual Barley Arts Promotion outlets