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Ian Anderson

Ian Scott Anderson, MBE (born 10 August 1947) is a Scottish singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, best known for his work as the leader and flautist of British rock band Jethro Tull. Anderson plays several other musical instruments, including acoustic and electric guitar, bass, bouzouki, balalaika, saxophone, harmonica, and a variety of whistles.

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In Concert (Jethro Tull Album) - Personnel
... Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, mandolin, acoustic guitar, harmonica Martin Barre - electric guitar, acoustic guitar Dave Pegg - bass Martin Allcock - keyboards Doane Perry ... Concert The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus A Classic Case Ian Anderson solo discography Thick as a Brick 2 ...
John Glascock - Career
... Glascock then joined Jethro Tull, after having met Ian Anderson when Carmen opened several dates for Jethro Tull on their War Child tour ... Glascock replaced the longtime friend of Ian Anderson, Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond ... He also played electric guitar on-stage when Anderson's arrangement required it, as for instance in performances of "Skating Away (On the Thin Ice of the New Day)" from the Bursting Out ...
Ian Anderson - Solo Discography - Live Album
... Year Name Label Peak chart position US UK Germany 2005 Ian Anderson Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull ZYX Music 3. ...
Ian Anderson Plays The Orchestral Jethro Tull
... Ian Anderson Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull (2005) is an album and DVD by Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson, featuring the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt, conducted by John O'Hara ... Anderson, O'Hara, and the orchestra toured Europe and the United States throughout 2004 and 2006 ...
Legislative Council (Isle Of Man) - Membership
... Tynwald Elected Member 2011-present 1993-2011 Noel Cringle Ian Anderson Rt Rev Robert Paterson MA Bishop of Sodor and Man 2008-present Graeme Paul Knowles Stephen Harding QC Attorney General 2011-present ...

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