Glenn Cornick of Jethro Tull passes away
My first concert featured his band Wild Turkey as opening act for Black Sabbath with Yes as second at Winterland Arena, SF, Ca, 1972(?). I never knew bass or music could be so loud. My virgin ears rang for three days. I've not stopped listening to live. Good bye to the skinny Brit that could have been the seperated at birth twin of Jefferson Airplane Jack Cassidy.
That's very sad news! Jethro Tull is one of my all-time favorite bands, from "This Was" through "Too Old to Rock 'n Roll-Too Young To Die!" I lost interest after "Minstrel in the Gallery" and their metal years. I did catch Tull on their tour to promote the remastered "Aqualung" CD. I remember Glenn Cornick, and am sorry to hear about his passing.