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IAN ANDERSON ALBUM LAUNCH IN LONDON FOR 'HOMO ERRATICUS'
Influential progressive rock artist Ian Anderson held an album launch for his new solo album 'Homo Erraticus' which was released on April 14th on Kscope Music.
The album launch was a private affair for invited members of the music industry. The musical soiree was held at the private members Record Club in Camden London and Ian Anderson himself was in attendance as guests were treated to a playback of the album along with quenching their thirst from the complimentary bar. Apparently it was the first time that Ian Anderson has held an album launch since 1974 with Jethro Tull's 'War Child album.'
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After the playback Ian Anderson was invited to give a speech where he talked in depth about the new album 'Homo Erraticus' in which he tackles the growing problems that lie ahead with the ever increasing population of the British Isles plus he gives a humorous reply when asked as to why he never gives a firm handshake to anyone he's ever introduced to.
As well as being the day of the album release, yesterday (14th April) was also the day that news broke that Jethro Tull were no more and that Ian Anderson would be recording and performing under his own name in future. You can read the full story here.
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