Train and Andy Grammer bring the party to Solomons

SOLOMONS, Md. -- People danced and sang as the party got started with Andy Grammer and continued with main act, Train, at the latest concert of the Calvert Marine Museum’s Waterside Concert Series Friday, Aug. 19.

Grammer and his band were jumping around on stage, egging the crowd on to get into the music and jump around. At one point, many used their smartphones to mimic a lighter and waved back and forth with the flashlight feature on. 

Grammer recently topped the billboard charts with “Honey, I’m Good.” Singles “Keep Your Head Up,” “Miss Me,” and “Fine By Me,” add to his growing list of best-selling hits to date. He announced at the event he is currently producing a third album.

With a gush of colored smoke, Train took the stage to wow audiences with hits such as “Drops of Jupiter,” "Calling All Angels,” “When I Look to the Sky,” “Marry Me,” “Save Me San Francisco,” “Hey, Soul Sister,” “Angel in Blue Jeans,” and more.

Train hit the charts and began its rise to fame in 1998 with single “Meet Virginia.” Eight studio albums, two live albums, one video album, four extended plays, 27 singles, three promotional singles, and 23 music videos later, Train is well known on the radio waves. 

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The last concert of the museum’s summer series will feature  Goo Goo Dolls and Collective Soul Aug. 27.

For more information and to purchase tickets, check out their website.

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