Growing up in the 60s and early 70s, I became a huge fan of what is now considered to be classic rock. A few years ago our son showed us a video of a house in Ohio that had Christmas decorations set to music. That music was "Wizards in Winter" by a group I had not heard of, Trans Siberian Orchestra. My wife and I bought tickets to see them that year and have only missed one year since, some years seeing them twice in different cities. I was fortunate to see many of the classic rock bands live from Queen in their early days, Pink Floyd, Electric Light Orchestra 4 times,Yes, Page and Plant,Savoy Brown, Robin Trower and others. Maybe it is just me getting older and more nostalgic but I don't remember me enjoying (yes, I do remember most of the shows) any as much as seeing TSO with my wife. They played the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville for 2 shows on Sunday. We braved slick roads during an ice storm to get there. We were not disappointed. Here are a few pics from the show. We had good seats. They have an east and west band that tours. This was the west and I think the same group that will be in Louisville this week.