After two magic years on the road with the Thick As A Brick shows, legendary Prog Rock icon Ian Anderson embarks upon a UK tour, following the release of his new concept album ‘Homo Erraticus’ in April.
The 22-date UK tour kicks off in late April, before moving on to Europe and the US. The show will feature Homo Erraticus – an ‘epic voyage into the Progressive Rock pantheon of strangeness’ according to Anderson – in its entirety followed after the intermission by a collection of the artist’s favourite Tull classics. The performance will be illustrated and complemented by video and theatrical settings ‘to bring a tear to the eye’, an enthusiastic Anderson declared.
Following the astonishing success of his ‘Thick As A Brick’ tour – including a one-off performance at the iconic Royal Albert Hall – tickets for the 2014 shows are expected to go fast. An opportunity not to be missed for any Prog addict out there to check out Ian’s latest work, visit Memory Lane once more and enjoy a majestic, unforgettable show.
28th Brighton Dome
29th Southampton Guildhall
01st Salisbury City Hall
02nd Liverpool Philharmonic
03rd Birmingham Symphony Hall
04th Oxford New Theatre
06th Bristol Colston Hall
07th High Wycombe Swan Theatre
08th Guildford G Live
09th Cambridge Corn Exchange
10th Ipswich Regent Theatre
11th Leicester De Montfort Hall
13th Derby Assembly Rooms
14th Manchester Palace Theatre
15th York Royal Opera House
16th Gateshead Sage Theatre
18th Edinburgh Festival Theatre
19th Perth Concert Hall
20th Aberdeen Music Hall
21st Inverness Eden Court
24th & 25th London 02 Shepherds Bush
Tickets – online booking: www.gigantic.com/artist/ian-anderson or from venue box offices. Tickets are subject to booking fee. Ian Anderson will be onstage at 7.30pm. There is no support.
Ian Anderson recently won The Prog God Award from Prog Magazine. The Award celebrates the innovators of rock. The people who have inspired generations and have carved a way for others to be at their creative best. There is no one who has pushed the boundaries more than Ian Anderson, who to this day remains immersed in his love for the music.
Fronting seminal Prog outfit Jethro Tull and as a solo artist, Ian Anderson has performed in more than 54 countries over 45 years; he is widely considered an icon of the genre and he’s recognised as the one who introduced the flute to rock music. With over 60 million albums sold in their career, Tull have been characterised by Anderson’s trademark acoustic textures, created with ethnic flutes and whistles together with acoustic guitar and the mandolin family of instruments. In his most recent solo shows, Anderson has played with orchestras, string quartets and featured soloists. His eclectic acoustic performances are also a hit with fans of the genre.
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