1. One of the most successful musical groups.
2. More than 50 years on stage!
3. Unique style and original sound.
Jethro Tull - the greatest flute in the world of rock music. The group was born 50 years ago.
All participants already had experience of performing in different musical bands. They are known for their complex academic music, which can be compared to the works of Mozart and Bach. The original line-up consisted of Ian Anderson (vocal, flute), Mika Abrahams (guitar, vocals), Glenn Cornick (bass guitar) and Clive Bunker (drums).
Popularity increased, they began to be recognized all over the world, and the members of the collective changed one after another. The charismatic soloist, Ian, remained unchanged, and he was responsible for all the musical experiments and the unique sound of the band. In the mid-70s, Jethro Tull became one of the most successful teams on the world stage, competing with Zeppelin, Elton John and even the Rolling Stones. In 1988, the band received a Grammy for best hard rock metal performance.
But, because of disputes about the style of the band, since they did not position themselves as hard rock, and even more so as a heavy metal band, no one came to the presentation. In February 2010, the group was awarded the Heritage Award by the British Association of Composers and Authors. To date, they have recorded more than 43 records, 5 of which received platinum status, 11 - gold, and more than 60 million copies of the group's albums were sold in the world.
Do not miss the legendary concert from the world stars. This will not happen to you again!