Ian Anderson Touring Band Members (2012-present)

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Ian Anderson

Flute, Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandolin, Harmonica, Vocals

Known throughout the world of rock music as the flute and voice behind the legendary Jethro Tull, Anderson celebrates his 46th year as a recording and concert musician… More

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David Goodier

Bass guitar and double bass

Born near Stonehenge in England, David was mesmerised by music from an early age. Family musical influences include his Cornish grandmother, a pianist who also played organ in…. More

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John O’Hara

Orchestral conductor, piano, keyboards and accordion

While working in theatre John learnt the basics on Bass Guitar, Flute, Trumpet and Trombone until eventually discovering the Accordion. In 2003, he met Ian Anderson…More

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Florian Opahle

Guitar

Born in 1983, his musical interests cover contemporary Rock styles as well as Classic Rock, Blues and Jazz as well as Classical music. In 2003, he began working with Ian Anderson in his solo band and orchestral projects…More

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Scott Hammond

Drums and percussion

Scott was born in Bristol (UK) in 1973. After starting his musical journey on the piano when he was six, he went on to play the drums when he was fourteen in his first band “Half Decent” – and that they were!…More

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Ryan O’Donnell

Vocals and stage antics

Ryan was born in November 1982 in Halifax Yorkshire but he grew up in Germany and went onto boarding school in York, England. After quitting his Animation degree at the Surrey Art institute…More

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Jethro Tull Band Members 2007-2011

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Ian Anderson

Flute, Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandolin, Harmonica, Vocals

Known throughout the world of rock music as the flute and voice behind the legendary Jethro Tull, Anderson celebrates his 34th year as a recording and concert musician… More

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Martin Barre

Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Flute

Considered one of rock’s greatest and most influential electrical guitarists. Barre first ran into Jethro Tull in 1968 when his band “Gethsemane” as it was then called, supported Tull at a concert at the Van Dyck Club in Plymouth, England…More

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Doane Perry

Drums and Percussion

Began playing piano at age 7 and continued until age 11 when the Beatles came along and changed everything. He discovered the possibility, however unlikely that might have been, of young girls chasing him down the street if he took up the drums… more

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David Goodier

Bass guitar and double bass

Born near Stonehenge in England, David was mesmerised by music from an early age. Family musical influences include his Cornish grandmother, a pianist who also played organ in…. More

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John O’Hara

Orchestral conductor, piano, keyboards and accordion

While working in theatre John learnt the basics on Bass Guitar, Flute, Trumpet and Trombone until eventually discovering the Accordion. In 2003, he met Ian Anderson…More

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