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Trans-Siberian Orchestra (often abbreviated to TSO)is an American progressive rock band,founded in 1993 by producer, composer, and lyricist Paul O'Neill, who brought together Jon Oliva and Al Pitrelli (both members of Savatage)and keyboardist and co-producer Robert Kinkel to form the core of the creative team. Since then, TSO has gone on to sell nearly 8 million concert tickets and 8.5 million albums.The band's musical style incorporates classical, orchestral, symphonic, and progressive elements into hard rock and heavy metal. The band is most famous for their series of rock operas: Christmas Eve and Other Stories, The Christmas Attic, Beethovens Last Night, The Lost Christmas Eve (the final installment of their Christmas trilogy), and their two-disc magnum opus Night Castle (for which they do an annual fall/winter tour).
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In the instance that you find yourself in the awe of a Trans-Siberian Orchestra tour go ahead and start feeling good and lucky for yourself because you're going to love it. It's their raw, harmonious musical power that strikes deep and lets your essence come alive with the feel-good spirituality that their Christmas renditions and classical remakes entail.Paul O'Neill definitely had something a far cry from the norm in mind when he came to the realization that this could not only work but amaze and stroked the intrigue of buddies Jon Oliva and Robert Kinkel. As I'm sure most new innovative bands and musical ideas acquire, there were certainly skeptics about this whole thing and whether or not people would really get into it. It did not take long, however, for people to catch on. There's no doubt that before Trans-Siberian Orchestra's version of O Fortuna came along it wasn't known that Carl Orff's perfection could be improved yet somehow it had been done like they had time and time again with many other classical works. It seems as though this wonder of an orchestra is huge and only growing one eternally classic song at a time. It can and should be said that when it comes to their visual prowess on stage they are one of a kind as well. The synchronization of lights and pyrotechnics never ceases to amaze. What can be counted on as well is that a Trans-Siberian Orchestra show will be fun for people of all ages from young kids to senior citizens. They are most definitely family oriented and always bring people together. You would be well advised to obtain tickets to Trans-Siberian Orchestra this year and enjoy the wonderful experience of this amazing band.