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ravenheart 01-11-2014 01:31 PM

Trans-Siberian Orchestra -- London, England -- January 11th, 2014
 
Venue: Hammersmith Apollo
Set times: 20:05-22:20

Time And Distance
Winter Palace
This Is The Time (1990) (1)
Christmas Jam
Handful of Rain (2)
A Last Illusion
Gutter Ballet (3)
Misery (1)
Mephistopheles' Return (4)
Mozart/Figaro
Sparks (1, 9)
Hourglass (5)
Someday (6, 9)
Child Unseen (6, 9)
Believe (7)
Wish Liszt (Toy Shop Madness)
After The Fall (8)
Wizards in Winter
Dreams of Fireflies (On A Christmas Night)
Carmina Burana
Epiphany (4)
The Mountain (10)
Piano Solo / God Save The Queen
Beethoven
Requiem (The Fifth) (10)
Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24) (9, 10)

Al Pitrelli - guitar
Chris Caffery - guitar
Johnny Lee Middleton - bass
Jeff Plate - drums
Asha Mevlana - violin
Vitalij Kuprij - piano
Mi Eun Kim - piano
Paul O'Neill - guitar (9)
Bryan Hicks - narrator
Jeff Scott Soto - lead vocals (1)
Erika Jerry - lead vocals (2)
Nathan James - lead vocals (3)
Rob Evan - lead vocals (4)
Andrew Ross - lead vocals (5), guitar (10)
Kayla Reeves - lead vocals (6)
Robin Borneman - lead vocals (7)
Chloe Lowery - lead vocals (8)
Natalya Piette - backing vocals
Autumn Guzzardi - backing vocals

PVH5150 01-11-2014 01:43 PM

[QUOTE=ravenheart;553505]
This Is The Time
Handful of Rain
Gutter Ballet
Hourglass
[/QUOTE]

What in the fuck. :eek:

Spiner202 01-11-2014 02:02 PM

I think it's time for everyone just to go back to Savatage. I know TSO makes a lot of money, but Savatage really is one of the greatest bands ever.

ravenheart 01-11-2014 02:22 PM

[QUOTE=Spiner202;553512]I think it's time for everyone just to go back to Savatage. I know TSO makes a lot of money, but Savatage really is one of the greatest bands ever.[/QUOTE]

It's all about Jon.

Honestly I'd be fine with a Stevens, Caffery, Pitrelli, Middleton, Plate line-up touring with Vitalij Kuprij.

ravenheart 01-11-2014 04:31 PM

Updated with who the numbers meant ;)

I think I need to see TSO in the US. To say the stage show in Europe is scaled down seems to be a massive understatement.

I can understand it though. Tonight was only about 3/4 sold out.

Maiden33 01-12-2014 11:24 AM

[QUOTE=ravenheart;553534]Updated with who the numbers meant ;)

I think I need to see TSO in the US. To say the stage show in Europe is scaled down seems to be a massive understatement.

I can understand it though. Tonight was only about 3/4 sold out.[/QUOTE]

I'd gladly trade places with you.

Also, no sale on Savatage without Jon for me. It's also not "all about Jon". Getting as close as I have to a lot of the guys has let me know about all kinds of stuff, but overall, it's a REALLY complicated story and doesn't just trace to one person.

darkguardian50 01-15-2014 07:04 PM

What the fuck with all the Savatage material. We never get ANY of that except on the Spring Tour we got Chance. But Gutter Ballet? Handful of Rain and This is the Time? Shit. So depressed. The stage show in the US is amazing though, but honestly I care more about the music.

It seems like a Savatage reunion tour is off the table but hey Soundgarden got back together so nothing is impossible I guess....

While I'd want Jon there, I'd be more than happy with a setlist that covered just mid to late era Savatage. Say from Gutter Ballet on.

Maiden33 01-15-2014 08:40 PM

[QUOTE=darkguardian50;554448]What the fuck with all the Savatage material. We never get ANY of that except on the Spring Tour we got Chance. But Gutter Ballet? Handful of Rain and This is the Time? Shit. So depressed. The stage show in the US is amazing though, but honestly I care more about the music.[/QUOTE]

I'm with you, but it's important to remember that TSO as an independent entity is not all that popular in Europe, certainly not shit compared to what it is in the US (but hey, that's what commercial radio exposure over 15 years, combined with yearly big-budget tours will do) - in Europe, they actually have to market it based on Savatage's popularity and hook people in with that element. If they played any of those Savatage tunes on the winter tour here in the US, it would be crickets during and after except for about 50 people in an arena of 10,000+. The only way they could get away with it is if it was on one of the spring tours, and they specifically announced it would be roughly 1/3 Savatage stuff in advance, advertised it as such, and played theaters instead of arenas.

ravenheart 01-16-2014 01:41 AM

[QUOTE=Maiden33;554483]it's important to remember that TSO as an independent entity is not all that popular in Europe, certainly not shit compared to what it is in the US[/QUOTE]

Absolutely. When turned into an all-seated venue, Hammersmith Apollo holds 3500 people. It wasn't sold out.

Love_Gun 01-19-2014 05:08 AM

I attended the Paris Show last week.
They added the song "All that i bleed" in their set.


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