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Train Gets to the Sony/Columbia Station



IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY:
Especially after hanging with these label execs, who interrupt their Japanese lessons to present the band with a pair of plaques commemorating RIAA-certified sales of more than 1 million copies of the single, “Save Me, San Francisco” and 2 million of “Drive By.” Pictured before realizing the light at the end of the tunnel was an oncoming Train are (l-r): Crush Mgmt.’s Bob McLynn;  Train’s Jimmy Stafford; Columbia Records Chairman/ CEO Steve Barnett; Sony Music CEO Doug Morris; Train’s Pat Monahan and Scott Underwood; Columbia Chairman/CEO Rob Stringer, Crush’s Jon Lullo and Jonathan Daniel. (8/28p)

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