There is an exclusive presentation for fans of Tull and rock prog in general .. on September 1st @ the Cultural Ship in Mendoza, Argentina Retrospective 1969-1979 by Aqualung - tribute to Jethro Tull, a handful of the best songs of that glorious stage !! We wait for you Fb LINK Alejandro Marangoni Weber Leonardo Patricio
Aqualung, known as the only Argentine band currently playing the music of the English Jethro Tull will perform in the Cultural Ship on Friday, September 1st at 10:00 pm in room 2 of the Cultural Nave Admission: $ 120 LINK Aqualung will present "Retrospective 1969-1979", the best of the most classic era of one of the pioneering bands of progressive rock folk in the world. The music of Jethro Tull fits into progressive rock. It is a very original mix of blues, English folk and hard rock, with brushstrokes of baroque music, English medieval music and even Renaissance. We will wait for you. Alejandro Marangoni Weber flute, acoustic guitar, voice Felix Barbosa bass guitar Tuti Vega drums Pablo Marianetti keyboard Leonardo Patricio guitars, mandolin, balalaika
I cannot beleive what I´m seeing here!!! I have been living in Mendoza for the last 8 years and I ddin´t know about this tribute band. But the most incredible thing is that I, for once, was out of town and missed the show... Hopefully they play again soon. I´v been also told that Ian Anderson will play the city in October, but no Mendoza shows are listed in the official JT site.
Nice compilation from Friday night video by Mula Music Stuff
Aqualung (Tribute to Jethro Tull). Video filmed from scenes of the presentation of Aqualung in the Cultural Nave of the city of Mendoza Argentina on September 1, 2017. Video captures: Silvina Fernandez; photos: Alejandro Pizarro.
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