Jethro Tull recently announced the release of their 23rd studio album "RökFlute" on April 21, 2023 via InsideOutMusic. Following 2022's "The Zealot Gene," the band's first album in two decades, Ian Anderson and the band return with a 12-track album based on the characters and roles of some of the most important gods of ancient Norwegian paganism while exploring the "RökFlute" - rock flute - that made Jethro Tull famous.
Jethro Tull will return to Switzerland with these new songs in March 2024 to present them to the local audience. The performances in Zurich and Basel are eagerly awaited, because Jethro Tull delivers at every live performance and delights the audience with rock music in a class of its own.
'The Zealot Gene', released in January 2022, was Jethro Tull's 22nd studio album and it received critical acclaim everywhere. After making it to the UK album chart at #9, a feat the band hadn't achieved since 1972, it also debuted at #4 in Germany, #3 in Switzerland, #5 in Austria, #8 in Finland, as well as #10 on the U.S. album chart, the current album chart and the rock album chart.
With more than 30 albums released and more than 60 million units sold worldwide, Jethro Tull is one of the most successful rock bands of all time, whose classics continue to resonate to this day. Led by Ian Anderson, the Tulls continue to tour the world, thrilling audiences of all ages.
The band consists of:
Ian Anderson - flute and vocals
David Goodier - bass guitar
John O'Hara - piano, keyboards and Hammond organ
Scott Hammond - drums
Joe Parrish-James - electric and acoustic guitars, mandolin
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