For the first time in 21 years, Trans Siberian Orchestra will not be touring the U.S. on their Holiday tour due to the COVID 19 pandemic. For so long, TSO has been a part of holiday traditions for hundreds of thousands of people. This news could easily be just another disappointment of 2020. However, Trans Siberian Orchestra has a plan. If the people can’t come to the show, TSO is going to bring the show to the people. On December 18, 2020, Trans Siberian Orchestra will be hosting its first-ever Livestream event. During the event, TSO will be performing their landmark album, Christmas Eve and Other Stories in its entirety, along with other fan favorites. It will be a full 90 minutes concert featuring members of the East Coast and West Coast group.
The Music Room had the chance to talk to Trans Siberian Orchestra drummer, Jeff Plate about not being on the road for the first time in 21 years, as well as about how the TSO Livestream Event came to be. Just like everything that Trans Siberia Orchestra does, this event promises to be big and will help bring the Christmas cheer to 2020. This will be an incredible chance for TSO fans to experience the show in a whole new way. It will also be a chance for people who have never seen TSO to experience it for the first time.
Trans Siberian Orchestra’s Jeff Plate Interview
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