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The Trans-Siberian Orchestra

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Dec. 12, 2007
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The Bradley Center, 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. When the Trans-Siberian Orchestra debuted their symphonic take on Christmas music in the late-’90s, it sounded an awful lot like a novelty. In the years since, however, their progged-out, light-show-assisted tours have become a familiar tradition— not to mention a lucrative one. The group’s 2006 winter tour raked in more than $40 million, and this one, their largest yet, with more than 130 shows in 80 cities, seems poised to surpass that record.


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