Train's 'When I Look To The Sky' Shaping Up To Be A Hit


The best-selling Grammy-winning rock band Train is feeling the heat generated by the group's new single, "When I Look To The Sky," from the RIAA-certified gold album, My Private Nation, on Columbia Records. With an audience of almost 8.5 million listeners and growing, "When I Look To The Sky" is shaping up to be a smash. In addition to charting on Top 40 Adult Monitor, Modern Adult Monitor and Triple A Monitor, "When I Look To The Sky" has Most Increased Airplay, according to Radio & Records.

Train will be heading to Australia for a tour in early December, and return to the states prior to the holidays. Recently Pat Monahan, along with pianist Brandon Bush, performed "When I Look To The Sky" on "The View" (11/19) as well as "CBS Saturday Early Show" (11/22). Upcoming TV performances of this single include "Last Call with Carson Daly" (11/25), "The Tonight Show" (12/16), "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (12/18), "The Sharon Osbourne Show" (12/19) and CBS' "A Home For The Holidays" (12/23). Monahan will also be featured on an upcoming Al Green TV special performing the Green song "I Gotta Be More."

Train are also working on a special tour project for early next year. "For years Train fans have been asking for some of the deeper cuts on our albums," said Train lead singer Pat Monahan. "In 2004 we plan on performing those cuts and every other song we know in very intimate settings around America."

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