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9.5.2015 - Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson

Location: L-Luxembourg, Philharmonie


Karten gibt es im Vorverkauf ab 55,00 Euro (erhöhte Abendkassenpreise):

  • Luxembourg
    Im Grand Théâtre, City Tourist Office, Conservatoire de Musique, Funbringer Ticket Service sowie in allen bekannten Vorverkaufsstellen. Im Internet unter und Ticket-Hotline (00352) 4708951
  • Deutschland
    In allen bekannten Vorverkaufsstellen und unter Ticket-Hotline +49 (0) 6861-939980
  • Frankreich
    In allen an Ticketnet angeschlossenen Vorverkaufsstellen, Cora, Leclerc, Cultura, Auchan, Virgin Megastore und unter
  • Belgien
    In allen an Ticketnet angeschlossenen Vorverkaufsstellen und unter

Präsentiert wird das Konzert von Show Production Luxembourg SARL in Zusammenarbeit mit Kultopolis GmbH.

The Best Of Jethro Tull feat. the new album „Homo Erraticus“

Legendary prog pioneer Ian Anderson has released a new studio album Homo Erraticus on April 15, 2014. The album continues with the story of Anderson’s favorite enfant terrible Gerald Bostock.

In 1972 Ian’s band Jethro Tull released the iconic concept album Thick As A Brick, based on a poem by the then eight year old Gerald Bostock in 2012. As many fans wondered what might have befallen the character, Ian Anderson decided to explore the different paths Gerald’s life might have taken in his 2012 album, Thick As A Brick 2.

Following a forty year political career, Gerald Bostock reunited with Anderson taking the role of tour manager on a string of shows. ‘Homo Erraticus’ marks Gerald’s return to songwriting, and is based on an unpublished manuscript by amateur historian Ernest T. Parritt (1865-1928).

In Homo Erraticus, Parritt examines key events of British history with a string of prophecies stretching to the current day and the future. Visions of past lives caused by the delirium of malaria generate the characters through whose eyes the stories are told, including a nomadic Neolithic settler, an iron Age blacksmith, a Christian monk, a turnpike innkeeper and even Prince Albert.

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