A TRAIN Volume 2 contains the "Live at Humpfrees" album, released in 1983, and 1985s"River of People" album, as well as their Christmas song, "Holiday Love."
A Train was probably the most popular bar band in Louisiana and parts of Texas in the mid 1980s. Although the Band dissolved in 1987, they occasionally reunite for festivals and special events. Contact Bruce Flett at (318)865-9006 for bookings.
"Miki Honeycutt's spinetingling voice and A-Train's ability to write first-rate R&B originals make this white Louisiana bar band special. Their originals will thrill Otis Redding diehards." The Boston Herald
"A-Train maintains stylistic ease with original songs and one old Motown tune. If your taste runs toward blue-eyed soul, you'll enjoy the trip down this River of People. Female vocalist Honeycutt's soulful Irma Thomas-style singing combined witt the band's infectious rhythms have helped to place A Train at the top of the local R&B heap."
The Times of Acadiana, Lafayette, LA.
"The songs are great and, like their live performances, the performance is inspired...A Train deserves wider recognition."
Baton Rouge Morning Advocate/FUN
"Live at Humpfrees" was one of the best live albums released in the 1980s" -offBeat magazine, New Orleans