Ian Anderson is asking fans to respect his privacy when he's not on stage. Taking to his Facebook page, the Jethro Tull singer and flute player says fans that pursue him after shows '...frighten my wife and put me under pressure to react to potential violence.' Anderson concedes that those who follow him after concerts or show up at hotels he stays in while touring are likely just seeking autographs but emplores them to consider what it would be like if they had people following them while on their way home after work, writing, '...you would get worried and understandably probably lock your car doors and call the cops.' He closed with 'PLEASE DON'T DO THIS.'
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