Ian Anderson Supports Fight To Save West Country Woodland
The Jethro Tull frontman played an intimate fundraiser gig.
The show in Wroughton in Wiltshire raised money for the Kings Farm Wood Appeal – the community needed to raise funds to save the wood from development and Anderson’s gig helped them to reach their target.
His new album Homo Erraticus is out next month and Planet Rock's Darren Redick had the first UK play of the new single "Doggerland" on Sunday.
You can hear a snippet of Ian talking about the album below:
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