You know and love their music during the holidays. Rik and Patti take a moment and talk with Al Pitrelli from Trans-Siberian Orchestra. TSO is planning a world-wide live stream event in place of touring this year during COVID-19.

I saw TSO a few years back at the Toyota Center in Kennewick when they did the show "Beethoven's Last Night". It was an amazing night of music and now we got to interview one of the composers and guitarists of the legendary band.

TSO in August was forced to shelve their tour for the holidays but now they are launching their first-ever live-stream concert to take the place of touring in arenas around the world.

This year you'll be able to enjoy TSO from the comfort of your house and even from your couch.

Tickets for the event went on sale in October and for a $30 flat fee, the entire family can watch an amazing night of music.

You can also watch it over and over for a 48 hour period once you purchase the live-stream.

TSO is going to perform their classic “Christmas Eve and Other Stories Live In Concert" on December 18th.

Here is what the band has posted on their website concerning the show:

Keeping the TSO tradition of offering huge entertainment value for a low ticket price, advance tickets for TSO’s “Christmas Eve and Other Stories Live In Concert'' will be offered as a family-friendly $30 all-in ticket.

Following purchase, viewers will have 48 hours to watch the event. In addition to purchasing the stream, fans will have the option to purchase gift packages, including T-shirts, ornaments, and masks, plus livestream tickets can be sent digitally to friends and family as presents.

Tickets/package purchases and the livestream viewing will all take place at the band's website: www.trans-siberian.com

Patti and I got to talk with Al about the making and composition of Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24

It's going to be a great night of music and it was cool to talk to Al Pitrelli of TSO.

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