Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull founder-flautist Ian Anderson culled through 50 years of releases for this three-CD set, a well-chosen collection representing the band from the beginning through almost now. Read more

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band that helped define the early sound of progressive rock with “A White Shade of Pale," Procol Harum has released a record of 11 new songs titled Novum. Read more

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Another lavishly packaged Jethro Tull reissue has arrived, this time it’s their best LP ever, their second album, Stand Up (1969). The reissue comes in a hard cover book with photos, extensive band-member recollections and New Music Express... Read more

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WarChild was Jethro Tull’s last great album, a return to songs after the band’s segue into overblown opuses. The 40th Anniversary Theatre Edition includes stereo mixes of the original LP plus a glut of additional material, including previou... Read more

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Aqualung became one of progressive rock's signal albums upon release in 1971, even if Jethro Tull's link with much of what would be called prog was tenuous, even coincidental. On the 40th Anniversary Special Edition, the original album... Read more

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In addition to being the day before Thanksgiving, it’s also the 60th anniversary of the first ever performance of Guys & Dolls. It was the first of some 1,200 performances in the popular musical’s original run. Having been produced countless tim.. Read more


Milwaukee is bring an acoustic Jethro Tull to town! Ian Anderson will be performing live at the Pabst on Tuesday, October 6 at 8pm. Be a part of this very special evening, come early to see the Street Te,Promotions Read more

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