Goldmine Magazine’s latest group of Hall of Fame inductees includes one of the most varied 10 yet, with a great crooner, a Christian music giant, Progressive Rock stalwarts and early Rock favorites
Go under the big top with Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson for a first-hand look back at the the one-of-a-kind gathering of the superpowers of rock and roll.
Jeb Wright went from being a fan in the audience at a Van Halen concert on 1982’s Diver Down tour to a music journalist in the thick of things backstage.
Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre is touring Europe with The Legends of Rock and Martin Barre’s New Day, but not with Ian Anderson’s “Thick As A Brick” tour. Barrie takes the high road when talking about the rift between band members, but still counts Tull drummer Doane Perry in his corner.
For the 40th anniversary of Jethro Tull’s ‘Thick As A Brick’ album, vocalist and flutist Ian Anderson has conceived an ambitious sequel and StCleve.com, a reimagining of the original album cover. The fate of character Gerald Bostock is now in the hands of The Ian Anderson Band, now on a worldwide tour.
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With a flute as its main instrument and few hit singles, Jethro Tull still managed to become one of the most popular bands in the history of Rock & Roll
On April 12th Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson will be taking part in a duet with US astronaut Colonel Catherine Coleman to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Russian astronaut Yuri Gagarin’s first manned space flight in 1961. While Anderson will be …