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Will TSO tour this year?
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(06-15-2017, 07:37 AM)sundance7490 Wrote: I agree with Lalbright. That's been the big thing on my mind is that even skipping one year can throw off the entire operation because of the musicians, singers, road crew, everyone on both sides. TSO was a guarantee for the past seventeen years that it would tour every winter so people made their schedules open in November, December, and even the beginning of January. That, in my eyes, brings an end to Trans-Siberian Orchestra as we know it with the east and west groups if even one year was skipped. Heck, it wouldn't just bring down the operation, it would more than likely downsize it as well (which I don't see as a bad thing personally... less is more for me). If the band does continue to tour after a hiatus, it'll be only one group.

Gosh, I hadn't even thought about the support staff!
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The TSO organization made it official today that they are touring this year and bringing back the show that they have done the last couple years, Ghosts of Christmas Eve.
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(06-25-2017, 06:42 AM)danfromnj Wrote: The TSO organization made it official today that they are touring this year and bringing back the show that they have done the last couple years, Ghosts of Christmas Eve.

Yea!  We took this past year off in order to see the Brian Setzer Orchestra.  Will definitely be back to TSO in 2017.

I would guess that the future of the show depends on the family and the main characters (Jon, Al, etc.) who have been instrumental in its success.  I have no clue who organizes the massive number of details and logistics it takes to make the tours happen, but I assume a lot of people have a vested interest in keeping this thing going.
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