Trans Siberian Orchestra
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Trans Siberian Orchestra Biography
On its first album in nearly five years, Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) returns to the theme that has made the band a perennial best-seller and top concert draw: the magic of Christmas. The group’s fourth rock opera and the closing chapter of its holiday trilogy, The Lost Christmas Eve is an inspirational tale weaving together messages of hope, faith and compassion.
The follow-up to the multi-platinum Christmas Eve and Other Stories (1996) and the platinum-selling The Christmas Attic (1998), The Lost Christmas Eve is a musical journey of loss and redemption. Its story – set to a diverse soundtrack that fuses elements of rock, classical, pop, folk, Broadway and R&B – encompasses a rundown hotel, an old toy store, a blues bar, a gothic cathedral and their respective inhabitants, whose destinies are intertwined during a single enchanted night in New York City.
“It’s a story about Christmas and its ability to change endings,” says Paul O’Neill, TSO’s creator, producer, lyricist and primary composer. “If there’s anything in the past that you regret, hopefully this album will give you an excuse to go back and correct it. I think that’s what Christmas is about – it gives you an excuse to be kinder, to apologize for a past wrong, to do good. But this album to us is about so much more than Christmas. It’s a rock album that you can listen to while driving your car, it has songs that let you mellow out after a rough day at work and of course it has songs to get into a holiday mood.”
TSO’s first album of Christmas music in six years, The Lost Christmas Eve features the group’s trademark “symphonic rock” renditions of both holiday standards such as “Faith Noel” – a medley of two timeless melodies, “O Come All Ye Faithful” and “The First Noel” – and classical excerpts, including Mozart’s “Queen of the Night.” It also showcases original TSO material, ranging from such dazzling instrumentals as “Wizards In Winter” to such stirring vocal pieces as “What Child Is This?”