The multi-platinum, San Francisco-based band Train made its first mark on music history in 2001 with the GRAMMY Award-winning song "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" and chart-topping singles like "Meet Virginia" and "Calling All Angels."  The band earned its third GRAMMY in 2011 for the worldwide smash "Hey, Soul Sister" from the album Save Me, San Francisco. "Hey, Soul Sister" hit #1 at radio in the US and in 15 countries abroad and was the top selling single of the year in the US. Save Me, San Francisco has sold over one million albums worldwide and over ten million tracks. The band is currently working on their follow up to their most recent album, California 37, which contained  the global hits "Drive By," and "50 Ways to Say Goodbye".  

In 2011, Train launched the Save Me, San Francisco Wine Company, which benefits Family House, a Bay Area nonprofit providing temporary housing to the families of seriously ill children being treated at University of California San Francisco Benioff Children's Hospital.  Visit savemesanfrancisco.com for more information.


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