Taylor Swift loves having special surprise guests at her live shows, and the gal didn't disappoint for Swifties who went to her Newark, N.J. Red tour stops. The country crossover cutie escorted Train frontman Pat Monahan to the stage last night (March 29), the final of her three-night stint in the city.
The radio-friendly pair performed a duet of Train's hit 'Drive By' -- and it was a much different drive by than the ones you're probably used to hearing about in Newark.
Check out this week's list of PopCrush's Top 20 Songs. Pink holds onto the No. 2 slot for the second week straight with 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss),' as she was unable to knock Neon Trees out of the reigning spot -- the quartet is still dominating with their 'Picture Show' lead single, 'Everybody Talks.'
Train just released their brand-new album, 'California 37,' and to celebrate, they stopped by the 'Today' show to perform their new single, 'Drive By,' as a part of the show's annual Toyota Concert Series.
Although Demi Lovato put up a good fight in yesterday's Sound Off, Adam Lambert defeated the teen queen's new single 'Give Your Heart a Break' with his new moving ballad 'Better Than I Know Myself.' So, can Adam's troop of loyal Glamberts take him to the top again? Today, the eyeliner-wearing vocalist and his new tune will take on Train's latest single 'Drive By.'
'Twilight: Breaking Dawn' hunk Taylor Lautner might have made a name for himself in the movie world, but he is also a big music fan as well. Lautner, 19, was super stoked about one band in particular, who just happen to be featured on the soundtrack for his most recent film release, 'Abduction.'
Weeks after being brutally beaten by unknown assailants in the wee hours of the morning New York City -- which left him with a broken nose and without any recollection of the attack -- singer Gavin DeGraw has triumphantly returned to the stage and to the cheers of his adoring fans.
There's nothing better than Friday morning breakfast TV performances, which take place outside in New York City. As summer begins to fade over the next few weeks and the weather starts to develop a chill, these performances become a thing of the past; but Train's performance of 'Hey, Soul Sister' and 'Save Me, San Francisco' on the TODAY show this morning was enough to make us forget about these weather limitations!
California pop-rock band Train is back with yet another catchy single in 'Save Me, San Francisco,' and though it has been 14 years since we met them and Virginia with 'Meet Virginia,' they haven't failed us yet.
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