Paul O’Neill is not only a composer and entertainer but he is also a producer who has been performing since 1993 when he founded the Trans-Siberian Orchestra rock band. Trans-Siberian Orchestra also comprise of two members of Savatage; Al Pitrelli and Jon Oliva and Robert Kinkel who is a keyboardist and also the co-producer. Paul O’Neill has also managed other bands including his first rock band in 1970’s, Slowburn. Up to 1993 when he signed a contract with Atlantic Records he had been a manager, concert promoter, and writer.
Based in New York the Trans-Siberian Orchestra has been doing tours, concerts, and performing at various international occasions since it was formed. However its popularity begun to rise after they completed Beethoven’s ‘last night’ in 1999. With an experience of over 20 years on stage the rock band under Paul O’Neill can be said to be a one of a kind band that will definitely keep you at the edge of you seat once they have started performing.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra rock group is known for its Beethoven and Overture performances and it has been ranked among the top ten in selling concert tickets. It is also the first band that went to the arenas and theaters before it performing at clubs. The band’s most famous hits are the Beethoven’s last night, the lost Christmas Eve, night castle, and dreams of fireflies. These are however not the only hits that were ever produced by the band. Trans-Siberian Orchestra has three upcoming albums to add to the six from 1996 to 2012. These three include; running in the passion of the fairytale moon, Gutter ballet and the New York City blues express, When Kings must whisper, and Letters from the Labyrinth. More to selling many albums the Trans-Siberian Orchestra band is known for its donations to local and national charities.
With an integration of classical and rock music the Trans-Siberian Orchestra band has been at the top of the chart when it comes to performing bands all over the world.