Starting June 17 in the Czech Republic, Ian Anderson will be taking his "Best of Jethro Tull" set around Europe, hitting Romania, Switzerland, Poland, Germany, Spain, Italy, Slovakia, Hungary, and the UK. Towards the end, he will be adding in material from his new album Homo Erraticus. Then in September, he'll bring the mixed set to North America.
by Jon Davis, Published 2014-06-08
The full details can be found on the web site listed below.
Homo Erraticus came out in April, 2014, being a conceptual follow-on from 1972's Thick as a Brick. The lyrics are again the work of the fictional Gerald Bostock, ranging widely in topic and backed by Anderson's revitalized interest in progressive music.
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