PERU SINGER JETHRO TULL HAS ICE APPLIED TO HIS KNEE
Ian Anderson (L), flautist and lead singer of the British rock band Jethro Tull, has ice applied to numb the pain as he sings a final number March 19 after spraining his left knee at a Lima concert. Guitarist Martin Barre plays beside him. The group, which has been playing for nearly three decades, cut short the performance at Lima's Pier One dance hall more than an hour into the show. This is Tull's second visit to Peru.