Go Behind The Scenes With Legendary GRAMMY Nominated Producers And Artists
Train break down their musical journey in a new episode of GRAMMY LEGENDS
Grammy Legends is a web-series that showcases some of The Grammys most acclaimed artists and producers and provides an in-depth look at their musical journeys. In the above Grammy Legends episode, Train talks about their rise to fame and their three Grammy wins for "Drops of Jupiter" and later "Hey Soul Sister."
In the clip, frontman Pat Monahan, guitarist Jimmy Stafford, and drummer Scott Underwood describe what a shock it was to win Best Rock Song for "Drops Of Jupiter" in 2002. They also talk about songwriting, with Monahan saying, "Our best music comes when we're in sync with one another."
Tune-in to more Grammy Legends episodes here. And don't forget to tune into the main event, The GRAMMYS on CBS, Sunday February 10th, 2012.
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