Now with some 30 albums to their credit, a Grammy Award and sales totalling around 60 million, Jethro Tull are back in Northampton with their own unique brand of music for young and old alike.
Since their first Blues-oriented album release This Was, the Tull have gone on to perform and record all over the world to fans on every continent and have consistently been one of the most successful live performing acts, rivalling Zeppelin, Elton John and the Rolling Stones for the title.
Legendary Ian Anderson and the excellent Martin Barre remain at the centre of the musical super-group and here are joined by drummer Doane Perry, pianist and accordion player John O’Hara and bass player David Goodier. The Legacy of Tull’s music continues with Rock, Folk, Jazz and Classical inspired music for grown-ups.
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