Rock 'n' Roll Christmas: Salute to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra
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After getting his start in Motown as part of the Commodores, singer-songwriter Lionel Richie became one of the most successful male solo artists of the 1980s, with hits like "Truly," the Caribbean-flavored "All Night Long," "Endless Love" with Diana Ross, "Hello" and "Say You, Say Me," which also won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe. Richie's concerts tend to become giant sing-alongs, so brush up on your lyrics and get ready for a night of magic. Sharing the stage with the five-time Grammy winner will be CeeLo Green. Known for his solo career as well as being a part of the soul duo Gnarls Barkley, Green has recorded numerous hits and is most widely recognized for the chart-topping single "Crazy" and his time as a judge on The Voice. Learn More
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The joy of the holidays and the music of Trans-Siberian Orchestra will raise the roof at Davis Musical Theatre Company this December in a first time collaboration between Davis Musical Theatre Company and Davis Rock and Opera Players. The rock concert will feature all local musicians and singers in a rock style holiday concert in the style of Trans Siberian Orchestra (TSO).
TSO's musical style is a harmonious amalgam of classical, orchestral, symphonic, and progressive elements blended with hard rock and heavy metal. The group has updated the popular music of many classical masters (Mozart and Beethoven, to name two) to create an edgier and modern fare.
"TSO's music revived the passion of the music in me, being able to belt and croon the music I was raised on, only in my own way; it's not the traditional holiday carols from my childhood, and yet they still are!" said featured vocalist Andrea Eve Thorpe with a sparkle of mischief and excitement in her eyes. "I've heard it once said that if Mozart were alive today, he'd be a rock and roll artist. I can believe that!"