What can be said about Jethro Tull that hasn’t been said in every music publication since the late 60s? Formed in Luton, England in 1967, Jethro Tull exploded into the public consciousness with the release of its second album, Stand Up, in 1969. Headed by bandleader, lead vocalist and noted flutist Ian Anderson, Jethro Tull cemented its reputation over the coming decades with its unique spin on blues rock tempered by more folksy elements. This weekend at the Mountain Winery, the full original band will be playing a selection of its well known songs spanning nearly seven decades.
Sat, 7:30pm, $69-969
Mountain Winery, Saratoga