A Wail of a Time at Sea

Even with less than 10% availability left, guests keep being announced for Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II cruise taking place between 14th – 10th August 2020.

Most recently, it was revealed that Ian Anderson Presents Jethro Tull would be stepping on board. For Anderson 2020 is going to prove an incredibly busy year, aside from this musical cruise he will be both going out on tour with full band and playing smaller venues where he’ll be reminiscing about his time with Jethro Tull while taking questions from the audience.

There will also be Meet and Greets on the cruise with artists, numerous artist collaborations and an exclusive Artist Super Session set led by Jimmy Vivino.

Other acts announced include: Jonny Lang, Walter Trout, Marc Broussard, Samantha Fish, Ana Popovic, King King,Jimmy Vivino, The James Hunter Six, The Suffers, Selwyn Birchwood, The Cold Stares, Daddy Long Legs, Elles Bailey, Ben Levin, and Lakota John, alongside Joe Bonamassawho instigated the cruise as part of his Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation.

The foundation funding programmes and scholarships for students and teachers who possess the desire but lack the resources or access to achieve their potential within music education. It is supported through generous donations from Bonamassa, J&R Adventures, individual donors, and KTBA cruises.

 You can find out more about Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II at RAMzine by clicking here.

For more about other Ian Anderson Presents Jethro Tull events duein 2020 at RAMzine click here.

About Paul H Birch

RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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