Train and Blues Traveler co headline the Carb Day concert at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500.
It was a hot day for sure but that did not stop the crowd at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from gathering in turn four to watch both legendary bands play for them. Blues Traveler started things off and played a full set of guitar and harmonica riffs, John Popper can play the harmonica for sure and that he did. The band jammed to their hits of over twenty years as a band, warming up the crowd for train to take the stage. This was defiantly a band on my bucket list of bands to see live.
Train took the stage and rolled out all of their popular songs complete with dancing backup singers who brought the grove to the packed crowd in turn four of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as the crowd sang along with lead singer Pat Monahan as well as a few songs from their most recent studio album “A girl, A bottle, a boat” It was a great show and IMS had two great bands for the concert and had a capacity crowd as well to enjoy the party to kick off the famous Indianapolis 500 festivities.