Ian Anderson heads back to London for a very special one-off date of his Thick As A Brick tour at the legendary Royal Albert Hall.
Ian Anderson features throughout Johnnie Walker’s Sounds of the 70s show on Sunday 25th March, if you were too busy enjoying the sunshine you can listen to it now by clicking the following link:
IAN ANDERSON on JOHNNIE WALKER’S SHOW
Ian Anderson will hit the road in April 2012 for a 19 date UK tour commemorating the 40th Anniversary of Jethro Tull’s 1972 Billboard No. 1 ‘Thick As A Brick’; it can now be revealed that, to coincide with the release of the groundbreaking album sequel ‘Thick As A Brick 2’ on 2nd April, there will be a second part to the show where Anderson and the band will also perform the new material.
Ian Anderson played a Christmas Charity Show at Canterbury Cathedral on Saturday night with Special guests Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden) and Justin Hayward (The Moody Blues).
2 other charity shows at Salisbury Cathedral on Friday 16th with special guest Greg Lake and Manchester Cathedral on Monday 19th December are sold out.
IAN ANDERSON COMMEMORATES 40th ANNIVERSARY OF JETHRO TULL’S GROUNDBREAKING ALBUM “THICK AS A BRICK” WITH UK TOUR
Ian Anderson brings his Acoustic Tour to the UK in September with 30 dates
Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson has announced a 13 date acoustic tour of the UK in September 2011.
Jethro Tull have announced a 23 dates UK tour for March 2010. The set list will feature an assortment of ‘Best of Tull’ repertoire plus some rare gems. Support to be announced.
Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson has announced a new UK tour in September. With a band consisting of German guitar virtuoso Florian Opahle, pianist and accordionist John O’Hara, bassist David Goodier, Drummer Mark Mondsir and special guests, Ian will play Tull acoustic classics as well as other specially re-arranged Tull rock material and, in addition, some new material specially written for these tours.
Ian Anderson is known throughout the world of rock as the flute and voice behind the legendary Jethro Tull and is widely recognized as the man who introduced the flute to rock music. On May 3rd, he will perform at London’s Barbican Centre, which promises to be the highlight of “Flutewise Live!”.