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According to the ever reliable, Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen was recently interviewed by the Indiana press and mentioned new studio sessions. "We’ve got South America, do a month down there. Then we have some new songs. We’ve had some new song ideas on the go, and after that we’ll start recording. You don’t have to be in the studio to do it these days; you can get stuff down on your laptop as you go and tweak it like that. That’s exciting, we’ll probably have an EP album for next year."

The explosion of May 2003 was so loud that it was heard all around the planet.

Despite the tragic death of Trans-Siberian Orchestra co-founder and creative force, Paul O’Neill, who passed away on April 5th at age 61 from a combination of prescription drugs, the band has vowed to return to the stage in his honor.
A statement reads as follows:
"While all of us, the members of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra family, are heartbroken by the tragic loss of our friend and leader Paul O'Neill, we are determined to carry on the rock theater project to which he dedicated his life. Paul always talked about how he saw TSO as both an idea and ideal that would continue long after he stepped off the "flight deck" (his name for the stage). We hope to continue his work of providing a timeless, multi-generational tradition like those created by his idol Charles Dickens. In that spirit, we are proud to announce that Trans-Siberian Orchestra will return with their 2017 Winter Tour featuring the cherished tale The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve!"

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