Jethro Tull’s tenth album was inspired by Ian Anderson’s departure to a more rural environment in a transition which bore clear influence on the writing and recording process, with the band notably doffing a cap to British folklore and countryside.
The String Quartets is a new album by Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson and the Carducci Quartet featuring the classic songs of Jethro Tull, arranged and orchestrated by John O’Hara. Ian plays flute on most of the tracks and even sings a few lines here and there to provide his trademark sounds in the context of classical music traditions.
Hello everyone. Thanks for visiting the updated IA/Tull website. There is a new look and some new features for you to enjoy in 2017. Tour dates are being added to all the time as contracts with promoters are exchanged and tickets actually go on sale. For our North American pals there are three tours scheduled for this year so watch … Read More
Ian Anderson will join the Mandoki Soulmates in March for a show in London. The Mandoki Soulmates shows in March 2017 will feature Leslie Mandoki alongside guests Al Di Meola, Chris Thompson, Nick Van Eede, Tony Carey, Randy Brecker, John Helliwell, Bill Evans, Udo Lindenberg, Bobby Kimball, Till Brönner and Szakcsi Lakatos Béla. Soulmates Wings of Freedom Tour Teaser 1 … Read More
Watch Ian Anderson and the Carducci string quartet perform ‘Ring Out These Bells (Ring Out, Solstice Bells)’, taken from the new album ‘The String Quartets’. The String Quartets is a new album by Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson and the Carducci Quartet featuring the classic songs of Jethro Tull, arranged and orchestrated by John O’Hara. Ian plays flute on most of … Read More
So sorry to hear of the passing of the Great Gregorio. I thought of him only last night here in the big church in Reykjavik where I am for a couple of Christmas concerts. Greg gave of his time and generous spirit to guest with us at Canterbury and Salisbury Cathedrals a few years ago for fund raising on behalf … Read More