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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is ready to rock for Christmas

Last year, the Transsiberian Orchestra hosted its annual holiday show online, hosting a live broadcast for fans, while most in-person concerts were still suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

While the virtual version has proven to be quite popular, Al Pitrelli and Jeff Plate are thrilled to be back on tour with the band in 2021 and celebrate the Christmas season again in front of a live audience.

And they are definitely willing to abide by – perhaps even exceed – any new precautions that may be taken at the various places visited on this tour.

“I think I could speak for Jeff about this by saying we’ll come in protective suits and play, man,” says Pitrelli, music director and guitarist for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO). “We are like caged animals that chomp. Not doing what we’ve been doing for more than 20 years, so that it was taken away from us last year … once you get it back into your own hands, you will love it, treasure it, protect it much more.

“So I just want to put the guitar on my shoulders, stand out in the center of the stage and say, ‘Let’s go.’

The two musicians, who have joined this Christmas prog rock juggernaut in time for its first tour in 1999, are performing during a media conference call in support of the band’s upcoming winter tour, which will take place at the SAP Center in San Jose on December 1st. Show time is 7:30 pm, tickets range from $ 36 to $ 85, ticketmaster.com.

The tour celebrates the 25th anniversary of the band’s 1996 debut album, “Christmas Eve and Other Stories,” which has sold millions of dollars.

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