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It’s beginning to look a lot like a Trans-Siberian Orchestra album and tour

Posted by on October 30, 2015

It’s getting close to Christmas time and we all know what that means: Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be making the rounds in arenas across the United States. Additionally, the group will be releasing yet another fine collection of new music titled Letters From The Labyrinth on November 13thUnlike previous TSO records, this is the first release not built around a completed story but rather, a collection of completed songs.

Although the group was formed nearly twenty years ago by composer/producer/ lyricist Paul O’Neill, he eventually brought Jon Oliva and Al Pitrelli (from Savatage) into the fold along with keyboardist Robert Kinkel. Since then, the group’s popularity has grown immensely and they became a veritable  headlining sensation.

Fans of progressive rock need little introduction to this supergroup who often rotates touring members every year and always brings a wonderful live show to boot.

Anyone who buys a ticket online to see the group on this tour also automatically receives a digital copy of the new album. If you like your Christmas music with a little extra distortion and, more importantly, heaps of keyboards and operatic vocals, this is your golden ticket.

There’s a reason why they’ve played for over 12,000,000 fans to date and sold nearly 10,000,000 albums: Trans-Siberian Orchestra delivers and then some.

Experience the magic at a venue near you. Their long-anticipated winter tour starts November 18th in Erie, Pennsylvania and ends December 30th in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Visit www.trans-siberian.com for more details.

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