Check out the new issue of PROG Magazine with Jethro Tull on the cover.
Out now and our 2nd Cover in 2 months. Thanks to Editor Jerry Ewing.
Wonderful 16-page cover feature on Jethro Tull – 50th Anniversary in the new issue of PROG Magazine out on Thursday 1st March. Don’t miss it.
The 50th Anniversary tour which starts on 3rd April is mostly sold out. There will be some production tickets available over the next week or two, please check with local venues to buy them.
Prog pioneers Jethro Tull have announced an 8 date UK tour to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the band.
The tour opens in Manchester on 3rd April 2018.
Jethro Tull ‘The String Quartets’ has entered the Billboard Chart at Number 1 and is at Number 2 in the iTunes Classical Chart this week.
After their recent troubles, we’re glad to welcome back Prog Magazine! The much loved publication celebrates its return to all news stands with a massive cover feature on Jethro Tull, accompanied by a review of upcoming album ‘Jethro Tull The String Quartets’, to be released on 24th March. Prog Magazine is out now.
Following fast on the footsteps of Pass The Bottle (A Christmas Song), Jethro Tull announce the release of a second Christmas single after “Pass The Bottle (A Christmas Song)”. “Ring Out These Bells,” an adaptation of Jethro Tull’s “Ring Out, Solstice Bells,” from forthcoming album The String Quartet.
Both singles are available from iTunes as immediate downloads with preorder of the album, due out in March.
BMG announces the release of ‘Jethro Tull The String Quartets’, an album of classic Jethro Tull repertoire imaginatively arranged for Classical string quartet. Songwriter and producer Ian Anderson will feature on flute, guitar and vocals.
‘Jethro Tull the string quartets’ will be out on 24th March 2017, with single “Pass The Bottle (A Christmas Song)” released today, December 5th.
Ian Anderson has announced six UK dates for his 2015 tour ‘Jethro Tull – The Rock Opera’.
The show tells the story of the original Jethro Tull, the agricultural character after which the band was named.
Ian Anderson has announced the imminent release of new album Homo Erraticus, hitting the stores on April 14th.
It will be followed by an extensive UK tour, beginning April 28th in Brighton.
Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson will be touring the UK for a month, starting from Brighton on 28th April 2014.
The prog pioneer will be honoured this year with the Prog God Award, celebrating the innovators of rock.