Rock & Pop, Seasonal Special Happenings

Train/The Script/Gavin DeGraw

When: Wed., July 17, 7 p.m. 2013

Back in the early 2000s, it seemed like Train’s final big hit would be “Drops Of Jupiter.” Well, they proved us wrong. The group’s 2010 hit song “Hey Soul Sister” peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts, and the band followed it up in 2012 with “Drive By.” Both pop-rock songs are undeniably catchy with an acoustic feel. It’s no wonder the songs have been so popular. The band has been performing for over a decade now and should put on a wildly entertaining show whether you have front row seats or lawn tickets. Opener the Script has a similar style to Train although the group’s newest single “Hall of Fame” is forgettable despite the fact that lyrical revolutionary,, is featured on the track. Most people will know the Script from its widely recognizable radio song “Breakeven” with its high-pitched anthem of a chorus. Gavin DeGraw will also share the stage; he’s got a slew of new songs such as “Best I Ever Had” that move more in the way of Phillip Phillip’s success and copy Mumford & Sons fast rhythmic guitar style. (William Hoffman)

Price: $20-$75

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