Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s rock opera, “The Christmas Attic” was re-released, to coincide with the tour which comes to the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday, December 23rd, complete with bonus tracks, as well as a special vinyl edition.

Called an “…inspiring story…” by USA Today and “Majestic, sweeping, …” by Billboard magazine.

The album’s (and stage production’s) narrative begins on Christmas Eve, when a young girl’s curiosity leads her to a night of mischief and magic. She decides to sneak up into the attic of her parents’ home while she should be asleep and there discovers a magical doorway to the past in the form of a mysterious trunk filled with ornaments, toys, old records and bundles of handwritten letters. A startling discovery in one of the letters, leads to an unlikely adventure.

TSO, which celebrated its 15th year of live shows last year, has consistently ranked in the Top 10 for yearly gross revenues and attendance, according to touring industry trade Pollstar.

The group has played more than 1,600 shows for more than 11 million fans, and in the process, cemented itself as one of the world’s biggest arena rock acts. This ongoing success is due to TSO founder Paul O’Neill’s vision.

O’Neill has melded the sound and fury of rock with the storytelling of Broadway to create a unique amalgamation he calls “rock theater” that leaves crowds of all ages speechless.

Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG is giving you the chance to see Trans-Siberian Orchestra at the Wells Fargo Center.  Play Lite Rock Impossible Trivia weekdays on the Lite Rock Morning Show with Eddie Davis to win.

This morning’s question:  It costs the government over 8 cents to make one of these.  What is it?

The answer? ( A nickel)

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