Sunday, May 23, 2010

Kris Allen, Pat Monahan Sing The Truth In San Antonio

Kris Allen and Pat Monahan of Train sang for the first time together at Mixfest in San Antonio Sunday night, teaming up on their single "The Truth". The song, which was written by Toby Gad and Pat, was originally recorded by Kris on his album and then re-recorded recently with Pat's vocals on background and on the bridge.

Here's their first live collaboration, recorded by krisallenisawesome:


The setlist was: Can't Stay Away, Heartless/Gangsta's Paradise, Alright With Me, The Truth, Is It Over, Man In The Mirror, Live Like We're Dying and Come Together.

Can't Stay Away (partial):


Heartless/Gangsta's Paradise:


Alright With Me:


Is It Over:


Man In The Mirror:


Live Like We're Dying:


Come Together:


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6 comments:

Ric Brennan said...

Wow - Kris sounds terrible on those first low notes of the verse. I hope he has a chance to rest his voice before Wednesday. The rest of the song is pretty good, but I still think Pat adds nothing to record.

Anonymous said...

Kris normally sings really well, aside from being tired I hope he is fine. We love Kris just the same. Collaboration with other artist these days are popular like lady gaga and beyonce, I think pat monahan is fine.

Anonymous said...

THIS IS SO GREAT PAT AND KRIS ARE TWO OFF MY FAVS LOVE THIS AND I HOPE THEY DO A VIDEO TOGETHERE

Anonymous said...

I HAVE BEEN SAVING MY MONEY SO I CAN DOWN LOAD THE TRUTH AFTER THE AI FINAL LETS SHOW AI THAT KRIS WAS ALWAYS THE AMERICAN IDOL TO US AND MAKE IT NUMBER ONE ON ITUNE LETS SHOW KRIS THE LOVE ps. PAT WE LOVE YOU TO

Anonymous said...

Kris we love love love this thank you this is amazing and dose Pat have a wife or girlfriend he so hot and Kris as always your just eye and ear candy.

nancy said...

With due all the respect to Ric Brennan (comments above), I disagreed with your comments on Kris's low notes. I listened carefully and thought Kris's low notes as well as his high notes were pitch perfect and haunting as usual.