Ian Anderson, Focus, Caravan and more for HRH Prog 4
They lead first 8 acts named for March 2016 weekender – with tickets on sale now
The latest edition of the Prog-sponsored event takes place at Hafan-y-Mor, Pwllheli, North Wales on the weekend of March 17-19, 2016.
Also named are The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, The Enid, Curved Air, Solstice, September Code and Twinscapes – with more to be announced in due course.
Anderson, who’ll perform a set of Jethro Tull songs, recently said: “The repertoire of Tull has been a huge part of my life over the last 47 years, so it’s great fun to find a new way to present some of my best-known songs.”
HRH Prog 3 took place last month, starring Rick Wakeman, Steeleye Span, Mostly Autumn, The Enid and others.
Tickets for HRH Prog 4 are on sale now – and accommodation packages are already 60% sold out. Find out more or call 0207 097 8872.
Lineup so far
Ian Anderson plays the best of Jethro Tull
With their unique brand of progressive rock, Focus manifested themselves at the start of the ’70s as the most successful and appreciated of all the Dutch pop-rock exports.
Caravan was the first UK act to sign with American label MGM/ Verve and their debut album, entitled ‘Caravan’ was released late in 1968. It was favourably received by the critics and the debut single, Place of My Own was described as having a ‘gripping compulsion’ with ‘scintillating organ work’. John Peel played the album regularly on his radio show ‘Top Gear’.
The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
Arthur is best thought of for his 1968 Number one single Fire that still gets regular airplay all over the world and has been covered by the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Die Krupps, The Prodigy and The Who.
Formed among friends in 1974, the Enid invented a school of intelligent, powerful and romantic rock music which is unique to them. The band have gone on to record 14 studio albums.
Considered (according to AllMusic) “one of the most dramatically accomplished of all the bands lumped into Britain’s late-’60s prog explosion”, Curved Air is a pioneering British progressive rock group of musicians from mixed artistic backgrounds.