Train ‘Picasso At Wheel Tour’ Makes Final Stop At Gorge

TrainThe Gorge experienced a “train stop” that had many people “fraying” to the popular music venue as The Picasso at The Wheel tour made it’s final stop into George, Washington. Popular indie folk artist Matt Nathanson warmed up the crowd in the only way he could . . . with a huge jam session.

Adult alternative and Grey’s Anatomy featured artist, The Fray performed many of their popular songs to the gathering of soccer moms and Grey’s fans alike. At one point during their set, the audience started to sing along to “How To Save A Life,” and could be heard all the way to the field parking area.

Lastly, Train took the stage with lead singer Pat Monahan randomly selecting different fans in the crowd to take “selfies’ with their smart phones.

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Xander is a veteran freelance photojournalist and writer. He has covered many top national and local artists for multiple local and national publications including SMI. On his spare time, he's either producing episodes of VNYLden, or tending to his vinyl collection.