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Interview with WMGK
Hear Ian's interview just before the start of the
2002 U.S. tour
discussing the "Living with the Past" DVD/CD, learning to play the flute,
tips for tickets,
and much more. (requires RealPlayer).
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Here you will assorted stories from the popular press. Some
are a bit older but linked here due to fan interest or story uniqueness.
Most open in a new browser window as they are located on other
Radio/TV interviews are located elsewhere in our fans section under "multimedia."
Older stories are in our news archives
All dates are in USA month/date/year format.
Please note some links may be broken as sources delete copy or rearrange
their materials. Most links are to outside websites.
interview with Classic Rock Revisited - (2/06)
Ian and Lucia visit a high school classic rock club in D.C. - (2/06)
Ian interview with Classic Rock Revisited -
interview with KyndMusic Right Auction -
Review of Tull's Fall 2005 Carnegie Hall performance from The Village
Perry interview with "ProgSheet" -
with the Salmon Fishing Industry, Ian's Declining Involvement (Sunday
Herald Online) - (5/30/04)
Review and Preview of
Bulgarian perfomance in Sofia - (Novite) - (5/30/04)
preview for Istanbul - (Zaman) - (5/30/04)
real "School of Rock" and they play lots of Tull (The
Guardian) - (2/22/04)
Review York, UK (The Guardian) - (02/21/04)
Man with the Flute (Ian interview - Gulf News - UAE)
exclusive interview with Ian Anderson (Midday - India) -
chase for Jethro Tull tickets (Midday - India)
in three acts (concert review for Dubai - Gulf News) - (02/3/04)
nights of to-Tull magic (concert review for
India - Midday) - (02/2/04)
lovers seek nirvana in Tull-Chaurasia magic (concert preview for
India) - (02/1/04)
Tull, whooo? (concert preview for India) - (01/19/04)
Perry talks with "Rock Interviews" - (01/04)
Tull meets Chaurasia (Indian concert dates and preview) - Mid-Day.com
Tull's Ian Anderson to 'rub elbows' in West Palm - TCPalm.com
variety show in radio style (Ian interview) - PennLive.com (11/07/03)
It Keeps Anderson Stimulated -
talks about Siegfried and Roy and more - Cleveland Free Times (11/05/03)
Storm" chats with Ian -
Acoustic Storm (9/03)
Anderson Interview with "The Pet Press" -
Pet Press (9/03)
and Tull : Rub elbows with rock god Ian Anderson -
Ian interview- Louisville Scene (10/10/03)
Tour Gets Down to Rock Classics, Andean Mountain Cats -
Ian interview- San Francisco Observer (10/03/03)
rubs elbows with a legend -
Concert Review - Ft. Worth Star-Telegram (10/08/03)
unplugged: Jethro Tull Frontman Comes Out of His Heavy-Metal Shell -
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram (10/03/03)
talks about his cats and kitten care in "Kittens USA 2003-2004™"
and another article in the October 2003 issue of "Cat Fancy™." (9/16/03)
All about the company which manufactures Ian's
kazoos for "Rubbing
MUSIC GUIDE® awards 4-stars to Anderson's "Rupi's Dance":
knack for writing simple, yet endearing, melodies is evident...an extremely
MUSIC GUIDE® says 3-stars for "Stage Left" : "Barre's
playing is always elegant, even when he's rocking hard." (8/25/03)
Show preview from The
Hartford Courant. (8/9/03)
Ian talks about "Spinal Tap" moments and the legendary "riot" at
Red Rocks with The
Washington Times . Also includes an interview
with Willy Porter,
who opens for many recent Tull U.S. dates. (8/7/03)
Famed music industry commentator Bob Lefsetz reflects
on Tull's early works from "This
Was" through "Thick
as a Brick"
Metal Rules Magazine talks with Ian about
that car ad using "Thick
as a Brick and other subjects.
Goldmine's Bill DeYoung discusses Tull's
early success, that first flute, and so much more in an extensive interview
over Tull's 2002
tour in Florida.
Barre talks with About.Com's™ Shawn Perry about life with Tull
these thirty-plus years, what it was like recording famous Tull numbers,
possibility of reuniting the mid-seventies lineup, writing music with
Ian, and other topics.
Ian talks with the San
Jose Mercury News about playing his music at home and other topics.
Bostick writes about how "Thick
as a Brick's" famous spoof
lyricist's name plagued his childhood and the lyrical inspiration for