Jethro Tull The Prog Years LINK 17 June 20:30 - Turkcell Stage Concert Legendary Jethro Tull, one of the world's most successful and enduring bands, who brought songs such as "Aqualung" and "Locomotive Breath" to the history of progressive rock, will be at Zorlu PSM on June 17, 2022 as part of Ian Anderson's project Jethro Tull The Prog Years tour!
Legendary name Ian Anderson and of course Jethro Tull, of which he is a member, gave their first concert in London's famous Marquee Club in 1968. The legendary band, consisting of Anderson, Cornick, Bunker and Abrahams when it was founded, released their debut album "This Was" on Island Records the same year. It is undeniable that Tull, which has changed in its members and more than 30 musicians have been added and added, has written the history of progressive rock.
Even though Ian Anderson, one of the star members of the group, who is engraved in our memories as he plays the flute on one leg, carries the songs of the group to the stages with his own name, Jethro Tull continued to survive as a brand. Anderson, who is the songwriter, producer, vocalist, flutist and sometimes guitarist of the group, still performs around 100 concerts with Jethro Tull all over the world. Zorlu PSM concerts “The Prog Years” tour will definitely consist of songs that they describe as “more progressive”. They will reveal their hit songs from the albums “Stand Up”, “Benefit”, “Aqualung”, “Thick As a Brick” and even “Thick As a Brick 2”. Jethro Tull The Prog Years musicians David Goodier, John O'Hara, Joe Parrish, and Scott Hammond will accompany Ian Anderson on this night, which will take place at Zorlu PSM on June 17, 2022 and will go down in history !!!
“There was another part of my brain that enjoyed the more mathematical nature of very different music. So when I heard Bach and Beethoven as a young professional musician, I felt like it was music I could perhaps incorporate a little bit into my own songwriting. ” – Ian Anderson 2017
Jethro Tull, international attraction of the Bornos Lake Festival LINK The festival is celebrated on June 10 at the Palacio de los Ribera
Enjoying musical performances, including that of a mythical international band, with a career spanning more than five decades, in a unique environment such as the Ribera de Bornos Castle-Palace is the proposal of the Lago de Bornos 2022 Festival , with the Britons Jethro Tull as the headliner, which has been presented to the Diputación by the Deputy for Culture, Antonio González Mellado ; the mayor of Bornos, Hugo Palomares ; and one of the organizers of the event, Francisco Barroso. The appointment will take place next Friday, June 10 , and Jethro Tull will review his usual hits and his new creations. This British band has sold an estimated 60 million albums worldwide, with eleven gold and five platinum records between them. His performance will take place on the 'Patio de Armas' Stage of the Castle. In addition, the Festival programs other parallel activities in a second space, the so-called ' Renaissance Garden Stage' , where two other rock groups will perform: Dusty Wheel and Farout . Dusty Wheel is a revelation band from last year, which after the good reception of their first EP, is currently working on recording an album that will be released at the end of the summer. For its part, Farout, a group formed in Puerto Real, plays music that mixes musical styles, giving it their personal stamp. His influences range from classic rock, metal, hard rock, thrash metal, progressive and experimental metal. The Renaissance Garden stage also includes a gastronomic offer of typical products from the Sierra Gaditana, a sample of collectors' records where they can be exchanged, sold or bought.
The deputy for Culture has highlighted the work of the Bornos City Council to maintain the high level of its most unique festival "we are talking about a festival with many years behind it, which has been working with effort, with tenacity, with great care" ,and has described it as “a benchmark”. “I encourage other municipalities to work on the same path”, continued Antonio González Mellado, who invited the public to enjoy an event that takes place in a place “with a spectacular legacy and heritage”.
Hugo Palomares, for his part, thanked the Diputación for the support of the festival, as well as Faro Producciones and the Association of Friends of the Lake, involved in the organization, and referred to it as a "sign of identity of the province of Cadiz and the municipality. The mayor explained the evolution of a festival that, with more than 40 years, has been recognized since its inception for the participation of the most emblematic artists of Andalusian rock as well as international symphonic rock.
"We are backing the Lake Festival, culture and a sustainable model," said Palomares, who has also focused on the economic impact of the event in terms of visits, consumption and overnight stays in the area. In addition, the mayor has announced the headliner of the Festival for 2023, another band with international projection: Camel.
Jethro Tull is the author of some songs considered rock hymns, such as Aqualung or Thick as a Brick, in the 70s. Led by Ian Anderson, they are one of the longest-running, iconic and influential bands in rock history , which transcends genres with a unique style that moves with ease between the best of blues, jazz, English folk, hard rock and even early music from the Baroque period. In this concert they will review their usual hits and the songs from their latest album, 'The Zealot Gene'. Barroso has indicated that it is a "school band, which has been an influence for many groups". He has also underlined the uniqueness of this performance since in their long career they have only played three times in the province of Cádiz and it is not easy to see them with smaller capacity as is the case,
Tickets are already available at the Bornos Tourist Office and on the online platform www.tickentradas.com , although the organization has already warned that there are very few left and that it is foreseeable that the no tickets sign will be posted.
Doors will open at 8:30 p.m., and performances will begin at 9:00 p.m.
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Jethro Tull or the crane technique LINK The legendary English progressive rock group gave an authentic recital at the El Lago de Bornos Festival With the courtyard of the Castle-Palace of the Ribera de Bornos packed to the brim, this Friday, June 10, has been one of those days that will go down in history and in the memory of those who love good music and staunchly defend what is that any past time was better. And it is that the El Lago Festival continues to fill souls and hearts with songs that once dominated the radio lists of the most listened to songs in practically the entire globe and that now delight those who, despite the passing of the years, continue to watch in groups like Jethro Tull a synonym for good work and good music.
For approximately two hours, the legendary Ian Anderson and his band turned this small enclave located in a mountain town in the province of Cádiz into the epicenter of a musical earthquake that made the hairs stand on end to the rhythm of the most authentic and genuine progressive rock. An Anderson who, despite his seventy-odd years, continues to move on stage like a fish in water and making his iconic position on one leg as if nothing had happened...
And although Anderson is as good a musician as he is eccentric in equal parts, the truth is that he knew how to take the street public through a musical journey that unraveled some of the best-known songs of his musical career with pieces by The Zealot Gene , his last worked.
Together with a bass player, keyboard player, drummer and guitar player who, on their own merits, should be told about you at least in the musical aspect, Jethro Tull managed to do what few bands do: sound like a single instrument. A musical understanding within the reach of only a privileged few and that gave to the ears of those who attended this Friday an already historic concert with chords as recognizable as Living in the past or Aqualung himself .
The session began with a few words from Paco Barroso, promoter of Faro Producciones, who went through the trouble of looking like the bad guy in the film. And it is that, at the request of Anderson and the band, the rules of the game were very clear: no photos until the last song, no noise, and practically sepulchral silence to make the session something unique and exclusive. And although a priori it might seem like one more of the gang leader's eccentricities, the truth is that the game worked. A unique environment, a pleasant atmosphere, some sound and lighting technicians who play in another league and a band about which little can be said that is no longer known.
Jethro Tull made two 50-minute screenings with a 15-minute intermission to give an emotional break to a dedicated audience that enjoyed every second of music that surely transported them to unique moments. And, ladies and gentlemen, we are talking about Jethro Tull themselves. There is nothing else to say ...
Jethro Tull performed yesterday at the Lago de Bornos Festival, Cádiz (Spain) We had the opportunity, thanks to his son and manager James Anderson, to give him a bottle of SOUNDCASK Craft BRANDY Album with music by Eduardo Rodríguez Rodway
Talk about an enviable mix: Tull the best band ever and Cadiz, a beautiful, magical place.
Do you realise that there'll be some lucky people who are retired and get to see 'Summer Tull' in places like Cadiz...taking in the sights as well; and then 'Christmas Tull' at Bath Cathedral. Barstewards!!
Does anybody know the setlists for 10th and 12th of June they are not on setlist.fm yet ?
As I'm a relatively new fan I'm hoping For a Thousand Mothers, Dharma for OneandToo Old to Rock 'n' Roll, Too Young to Die survive in the setlist till the tour gets back to the UK as I've not heard them live yet.
Does anybody know the setlists for 10th and 12th of June they are not on setlist.fm yet ?
As I'm a relatively new fan I'm hoping For a Thousand Mothers, Dharma for Oneand Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll, Too Young to Die survive in the setlist till the tour gets back to the UK as I've not heard them live yet.
LINK June 9th Jethro Tull Setlist at Cartuja Center, Seville, Spain Setlist Part 1 For a Thousand Mothers, Love Story, Living in the Past Hunt by Numbers, Dharma for One, Clasp, Mine Is the Mountain Black Sunday; Bourrée in E minor (Johann Sebastian Bach cover)
Part 2 Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll, Too Young to Die, The Zealot Gene Pavane in F-Sharp Minor (Gabriel Fauré cover), Mrs Tibbets Songs From the Wood, Aqualung
Encore: Locomotive Breath, The Dambusters March (Eric Coates cover) Cheerio (cierre en background)
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rredmond: I thought it was both?
Jun 4, 2022 19:34:53 GMT
ash: One can be mistaken for the other because of similar symptoms but COPD is the nasty one! I'm talking an updated statement from Ian early this year.
Jun 5, 2022 9:16:48 GMT
nonrabbit: Sounds joyous smint100 - all round!
Jun 13, 2022 17:15:56 GMT
marshall: Hello, I was at the concert at De Montfort Hall in September along with a number of other shows. I try to get to as many as possible in the UK.
Jun 21, 2022 9:54:11 GMT
jackinthegreen: Thank-you marshall I travelled down from Scotland for the Marillion Weekend there, great venue isn't it! It was standing downstairs, I guess the Tull gig was all seated....did they sell out? Please join in on the forum threads! Cheers
Jun 22, 2022 10:23:28 GMT
marshall: I live in Cumbria and I had booked for the Glasgow show which was,of course, cancelled.
Jun 23, 2022 12:39:45 GMT
marshall: No need to thank me by the way. I was a member of this Forum some year's ago but I forgot my log in details. I will do my best to contribute. I have been a Full can since the early singles and I have some fabulous memories as well as tales to tell.
Jun 23, 2022 12:43:14 GMT
jackinthegreen: In that case welcome back marshall. I am a Full can too....if that's rhyming slang for Tull fan
Jun 24, 2022 20:23:29 GMT
jackinthegreen: I think you may have been neilstcleve
Jun 26, 2022 7:52:47 GMT
steelmonkey: My new. secret, self identity: Full Can. California Cockney rhyming slang? Why not?
Jun 27, 2022 1:50:44 GMT
ash: "California Cockney rhyming slang? Why not?" Many reasons if your family has Cockney routes
Jul 3, 2022 12:04:52 GMT
steelmonkey: People my age learned of it and some of it from 'A Clockwork Orange', way back when.
Jul 4, 2022 2:05:35 GMT
steelmonkey: And I was taught that Tull members and crew called us civilian fans 'Billies' for Billy Bunter = Punter.
Jul 4, 2022 2:06:56 GMT
ash: My granddad would use Cockney rhyming slang now and then, more so if he was having a Darby. I will let him off seeing as he was born about half a mile from St Mary-le-Bow church.
Jul 4, 2022 7:41:40 GMT
jackinthegreen: OK mate.......stick £100 on black for me
Jul 29, 2022 9:47:39 GMT
bunkerfan: Casino guy banned and posts deleted so keep your money jackinthegreen
Jul 29, 2022 18:38:37 GMT