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    Trans-Siberian Orchestra in Nashville!

    If you think the circus is the Greatest Show on Earth, you’ve probably never been to a Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert. Though they will be dressed in tuxedos and playing violins and grand pianos, this is not your typical orchestra! These entertainers put on an enormous production of Christmas magic, weaving the story of a girl trying to get home for the holidays through their interpretations of classic Christmas songs (including hit single “Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24”), all while flames burst up on stage, performers on platforms in different areas of the arena rise and fall, and some of the most talented musicians in the world rock the stage. The light show is almost as entertaining as the music itself, with an incredible crew that always receives a standing ovation.
    Christmas music is only the first half of the show – after the intermission, the ensemble will play rockin’ versions of classical music from their CD “Beethoven’s Last Night,” as well as cover fun songs that keep different parts of the audience into the show (past favorites have included Eric Clapton’s “Layla” as well as a medley of Metallica songs “Enter Sandman” and “Master of Puppets”).
    TSO founder, producer, and writer Paul O’Neill is known for saying “When someone goes to a TSO concert, we don’t want them to walk away saying ‘that was a great show’ or ‘that was worth it’ or even ‘that was the best show I’ve seen in a long time.’ We want them to say, ‘Man, that’s the best show ever; we just ripped that band off.’” There’s a reason they are one of the top selling concert acts in the world!
    This Sunday, Nashville is fortunate to have this incredible show coming to Bridgestone Arena for two shows, at 3pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are still available for both show times, with prices ranging from $29.50 to $69.50.

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