Tuesday, November 27, 2012

'Tis The Season... TSO Style!

Happy Tuesday!  Has everyone recovered from their turkey coma by now?  Did you get your shopping on with Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday?  Better yet, are you now in full swing for all things holiday?!?! 

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We have been going to see Trans Siberian Orchestra for several years now, and as of late it seems our show falls on/right around Thanksgiving weekend.  2012 was no exception, as we spent Saturday night witnessing yet another amazing show!

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This year's tour was a brand new show, as the band is performing the entire The Lost Christmas Eve album.  This meant they brought back some of my most favorite songs that have fallen out of the shows rotation over the past few years... including What Is Christmas and Christmas Nights In Blue...

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Rob Evans belting out What Is Christmas

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James Lewis taking charge with Christmas Nights in Blue

My fellow TSO fans know that many of these musicians have been in the rock music world for years.  It's always great seeing them on stage again...

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Jeff Plate & Chris Caffery

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Dave Z & Chris (Jeff in the background)

If TSO is coming to a town near you and you have never had the pleasure of experiencing one of their shows, GO!!!! You won't be disappointed!

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Seriously folks, you have to check out a TSO show live...

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It was yet another impressive TSO show... and yes, I wish I could go see it again!

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3 comments:

Molly The Wally said...

Looks like fun. Have a terrific Tuesday.
Best wishes Molly

Marjie said...

TSO was here last weekend, but I didn't even come close to having the time to think about going. Looks like a fabulous show; I'll have to settle for listening to the CDs.

Kathy R said...

How fun! You must have been close to the stage to get such good photos.

We were at a holiday event last weekend and one of their songs was playing as the fireworks started. I must admit, in my head I started singing, "Gotta, gotta, gotta get a Garmin!"