Slipping in the shower killed 58-year-old train bassist Charlie Colin.  

Bassist and Train founder Charlie Colin died. He was 58.   

Colin's sister Carolyn Stephens told The Associated Press on Wednesday of his death.   

TMZ stated that he died after slipping and falling in the shower while house-sitting for a Brussels friend.   

Colin's mother said the artist was giving a master class at a Brussels conservatory and finishing film music.  

From Southern California, Colin attended Berklee College of Music in Boston.   

He joined Apostles, with guitarist Jimmy Stafford and singer Rob Hotchkiss, to play bass.   

Colin, Stafford, and Hotchkiss moved to San Francisco in the early 1990s and founded Train with singer Pat Monahan.   

Famed for "Meet Virginia," "Drops of Jupiter," "Hey, Soul Sister," and "Marry Me," the trio was hugely successful.  

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