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O'Neill died on April 5, The band gained in popularity when they began touring in after completing their second album, The Christmas Attic , the year previous. Both Billboard Magazine and Pollstar have ranked them as one of the top ten ticket-selling bands in the first decade of the new millennium. O'Neill took his first steps into rock music in the s when he started the progressive rock band Slowburn, for whom he was the lyricist and co-composer. Although Wittman's engineering was capturing the exact sound O'Neill was hearing in his head, O'Neill was having trouble with it because many of his melodies were between two and three octaves. Over the years, O'Neill continued to work as a writer, producer, manager, and concert promoter. In , he accepted Atlantic Records ' offer to start his own band.
The style is a departure from TSO's usual rock arrangements, instead being performed in the style of a children's choir with light accompaniment from piano and strings. The group would later create a rock version of the song, entitled "Christmas Canon Rock" with Jennifer Cella on lead vocals, which debuted on their album The Lost Christmas Eve. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Lava Records.
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