Jethro Tull Announce The Prog Years Tour 2020

Jethro Tull Announce The Prog Years Tour 2020 – 11 dates in September and October 2020.


Tour dates are:
Wednesday 30 September             Aylesbury                  The Waterside
Thursday 1 October                         Leicester                    De Montfort Hall
Saturday 3 October                          Blackburn                  St George’s Hall
Sunday 4 October                            Perth                           Concert Hall
Monday 5 October                           Glasgow                    Pavilion Theatre
Tuesday 6 October                          Stoke-On-Trent        Victoria Hall
Thursday 8 October                         London                       Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Friday 9 October                              Brighton                     Dome
Saturday 10 October                       Poole                          Lighthouse
Monday 12 October                         Reading                     Hexagon
Tuesday 13 October                        Bath                            The Forum
Ian says: “Dusting off many older “progressive” songs amongst my earliest attempts to experiment outside the blues repertoire we began with has proved hugely enjoyable. Along the way, over the last 50 years, there have been a good few pieces that still strongly resonate with me today on either a musical or lyrical level. Hopefully both. Some are really tricky to play; some might sound that way but fall under the fingers quite naturally although the overall arrangements require feats of memory! Test my marbles; come to the party!”
Ian Anderson will be accompanied by Tull band musicians David Goodier (bass), John O’Hara (keyboards), guitarist Joe Parrish and Scott Hammond on drums. The show will be enhanced by full scale video projection.

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