Train, the Grammy Award-winning San Francisco rock band, took home several top honors at the California Music Awards, including best album for their "Drops of Jupiter."
Train's lead singer, Pat Monahan, also won an award Saturday for outstanding male vocalist and the group took home the outstanding songwriter award.
No Doubt's energetic frontwoman, Gwen Stefani, won for outstanding female vocalist.
The award for outstanding group went to the award show's perennial favorites from San Jose, Smash Mouth. East Bay punkers Green Day, which made its mark in Oakland's warehouse district, won for artist of the year.
Other winners included Los Mocosos in the Latin album category for "Shades of Brown" and Paula West in the jazz album category for her release "Come What May."
Southern California's Alien Ant Farm won best hard rock/heavy metal album and best debut album.
"I can't believe we beat Tool," said band member Terry Corso, referring to the band's rival in the hard rock category. "What up with that?"