says the neo-Nazi US Campaign for Cultural Boycott of Israel. And they didn't mean the 17th-century English agricultural reformer. Jethro Tull himself (Ian Anderson, legendary flute-playing one-leg-standing lead of legendary 1970s prog-rock band) is in fact playing in Israel, and has this to say about it:
Good man. And come and play somewhere near where I live. He is playing Yerevan, Armenia, on 24th September, and a modest lottery win would get me on a plane to one of my favourite places in the world, Zvartnots Airport. Living in the Past? I don't think so. (Now the reason for the previous post becomes clear.) I remember a legendary evening at the Dunstable Civic Hall in 1969, when I had on a long Indian skirt and That's enough. Ed.