Train's Pat Monahan returns with Patcast Podcast | The Music Universe
Grammy Award-winning singer goes live on March 26th at 8 pm ET Instagram Live
Grammy Award-winning artist and Train frontman, Pat Monahan has officially announced the much-awaited return tonight of Patcast Podcast. The singer-songwriter will be hosting weekly Patcast livestreams Train’s Instagram channel, where he’ll chat with a variety of interesting people in entertainment and play some songs. Joined by special guest, comedian and actor Nick Swardson, Monahan will go live Thursday (March 26th) at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT for the series’ first new episode in five years.
After two consecutive years of weekly interviews followed by a five-year hiatus, Monahan hopes the return of Patcast will bring joy and entertainment to his fans and followers as they navigate this unprecedented time. Each week, fans nationwide can tune in live to connect with Monahan from the comfort of their own home as they practice social distancing. Since its inception in 2013, Patcast has published over 115 episodes featuring interviews with guests including Niall Horan, Bob Saget, Ken Jeong, Hozier, Andy Grammer, Elle King, & Martina McBride.
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