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By Steve King
Topic - Patrick Monahan
Christina Aguilera, Michael Buble, Dave Matthews and Train are among the acts helping Special Olympics celebrate the 25th anniversary of its "A Very Special Christmas" album series.
Backstage with the rock band Train before a performance at San Francisco's hallowed Great American Music Hall may not be quite what you expect from a Grammy-winning, multiplatinum group.
Train lead singer Pat Monahan attended a press conference at Blackbird Studios in Nashville Monday to announce the albums, along with Special Olympics Chairman and CEO Tim Shriver, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean and Christian artist Francesca Battistelli.
`How come we're not on it?'