When Paul O'Neill first conceived Trans-Siberian Orchestra, his goal was as straightforward as it was incredibly ambitious.

"The whole idea," he explains, "was to create a progressive rock band that would push the boundaries (of the genre) further than any group before... Way, way further."

With more than 10 million albums sold, TSO has inspired generations of fans to rediscover the multi-dimensional art form of the rock opera. Meanwhile, on the road, they have become one of the world's top acts, with Billboard magazine naming TSO as one of the top touring artists of the past decade -- a $20 million-plus production that has played to over 100 million people in 80+ cities, selling more than $280 million worth of tickets and presenting $11 million to charity.

TSO really cemented its following in concert. The group hit the road in 1999, beginning an annual November-December extravaganza that O'Neill takes pride in being, "as over the top as we can make it. We have, two stages --with pyro, light and lasers-- on both sides of the arena, as well as in the crowd and the best sound we can find... There's no second-class seats at a Trans-Siberian Orchestra show. I want people to walk out of our shows speechless and still not believing what they have seen was possible."

(Courtesy of Trans-Siberian Orchestra)

Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG is giving you the chance to win tickets to see "The Ghost of Christmas Eve - The Best of TSO" live at Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia on Sunday, Dec. 17.

To win, play Impossible Trivia weekdays at 7:20am on the Lite Rock Morning Show with Eddie Davis.

See previous Lite Rock Impossible Trivia questions

Today's Lite Rock Impossible Trivia question: This newer holiday tradition has over 11 million followers and a balloon in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.  What is it?

The answer?  Watch this short video to find today's answer...