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Train’s ‘Hey, Soul Sister’ named top song on iTunes’ ‘Rewind 2010’

HollywoodNews.com: Train has once again dominated the music scene and has just added another award to their already long list of accolades. Their recent single “Hey, Soul Sister,” has just been named the top song on iTunes’ “Rewind 2010” list.

“Hey, Soul Sister” has reached #1 at radio in the US and in 15 countries abroad as well. “Hey, Soul Sister” was the first single from the band’s gold release “Save Me, San Francisco.”

Earlier this month, the band earned a Grammy nomination with “Hey, Soul Sister,” for Best Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. The Awards will be given out in on Sunday, February 13th at 8pm on CBS. They earned two Grammy Awards in 2001 for their song “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me).”

In addition, they will finish up the year ringing in 2011 on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve on December 31st. The festivities kick off at 10pm ET on ABC, hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Fergie.

Train’s second single “If It’s Love” also hit #1 this year, and current single “Marry Me” continues to move up the charts. The song is currently #11 on both the Audience and Airplay Adult Top 40 charts.

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