DRIVING THAT TRAIN

Train’s “Hey, Soul Sister” is one of the most-streamed tracks in SoundExchange’s 20-year history, earning frontman Pat Monahan a SoundExchange Hall of Fame Award.

SoundExchange President and CEO Michael Huppe presented the award to Monahan at the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, in Fairfax County, Virginia.

“Train took the music industry by storm in 1998 and have proven themselves as consistent hitmakers ever since,” Huppe said, noting that he went three years with the "Hey, Soul Sister" melody lodged in his brain. “‘Hey, Soul Sister’ is an enduring and instantly recognizable singalong classic. SoundExchange is thrilled to honor this legendary group and their continuing success.”

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