After last year’s success, Ian Anderson’s band returns to Portugal for two unmissable concerts in the coliseums of Lisbon and Porto.
With a discography that spans around two dozen original albums and goes back to 1968, Ian Anderson’s Jethro Tull is a true institution of British rock, having played various styles throughout their extensive career, from blues-rock to fusion jazz, later crossing folk, heavy and even classical music to create their own vision of what became known as progressive rock or symphonic rock, a trend of which they are one of the exponents.
The group, which currently consists of leader Ian Anderson and musicians such as bassist David Goodier, keyboardist John O’Hara, drummer Scott Hammond and guitarist Joe Parrish, remains active live and on record, having released a new album, The Zealot Gene, in 2022. A dozen live works also reinforce the fact that Jethro Tull has always been an acclaimed force on stage, a fact that earned them bows from many of their peers, from Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden to Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam or even Nick Cave.
With several sales and critical successes, such as the classics “Thick as a Brick”, “A Passion Play” ou “War Child” and “Songs From The Wood”, Jethro Tull forged a unique identity that marked generations.
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