Jethro Tull - Ian Anderson To Recreate 1972 Gig

Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson is to perform the band's epic concept album Thick As A Brick in full at London's Royal Albert Hall, recreating his 1972 show at the same venue.

The rocker first performed the one-track album at the prestigious building more than 40 years ago and he is now preparing to relive the gig with an identical concert later this year (13).

As part of the show, Anderson will also perform the album's sequel, Thick as a Brick 2: Whatever Happened to Gerald Bostock?, which was released last year (12).

The concert will take place on 30 June (13).


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