2007-11-26 – Trans-Siberian Orchestra


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Band: Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Venue: Air Canada Centre, Toronto ON
Date: November 26, 2007
Tour: Christmas 2007
Support: None

Songs:
Intro with Charity Presentation / March of the Kings / An Angel Came Down / O Come All Ye Faithful > O Holy Night / The Prince Of Peace / First Snow / A Mad Russians Christmas / Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24) / Good King Joy / Ornament / Old City Bar / Promises To Keep / This Christmas Day / An Angel Returned / Epilogue / Chris Talks and Band Introductions / Christmas Nights In Blue / Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover) / Tracers / A Last Illusion / Siberian Sleigh Ride / An Angel’s Share / Drum Solo / Mozart/Figaro / Christmas Cannon Rock / Wizards In Winter / Carmina Burana / Beethoven / Requiem (The Fifth) / Keyboard Duel / Wish Liszt (Toy Shop Madness) / Christmas Eve (12/24) (Reprise)

Members Of The Band:
Steve Broderick (vocals; lead on “Old City Bar”)
Lucinda Anne Butler (keyboards)
Chris Caffery (guitar)
Roddy Chong (strings)
Jamey Garner (vocals; lead on “An Angel Came Down” and “An Angel Returned”)
Alexa Goddard (vocals)
Bryan Hicks (narrator)
Tim Hockenberry (vocals; lead on “Believe”)
Bob Kinkel (keyboards, musical director)
Danielle Landherr (vocals; lead on “Queen of the Winter Night”)
Johnny Lee Middleton (bass)
James Lewis (vocals; lead on “Ornament” and “This Christmas Day”)
Anna Phoebe (string master)
Jay Pierce (vocals; lead on “Prince of Peace” and “Good King Joy”)
Jeff Plate (drums)
Kelly Valentina Porter (vocals)
Alex Skolnick (guitar)
Adrienne Warren (vocals; lead on “Promises to Keep” and “Christmas Canon”)

Comments:
So Rhonda, Bob and I took the plunge, making our way down to the ACC to indoctrinate ourselves into the world of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. To say that we were blown away would do poor service to the show. They blew us all away. So much so that we haven’t missed a year since. Even if it is the only concert we see in any given year, we never miss a TSO show. The thing that impressed me most about them was the fact they would throw in little topical snippets, musically speaking, here and there. To me, that is the mark of a killer band. One thing I can say here and now about TSO; they have never failed to impress and entertain.
























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