Finally the 2021 Tour is nearly here!

Finally Ian returns to live music with dates all over the UK. Here are the support acts Ian is thrilled to have on board ship in the coming months.

All shows are with Lara Simpson on fiddle & vocals, full band 6 piece Amsterdam band shows are asterisked.

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Sunderland Fri 21 May – Calum Tordoff

Liverpool Angus Wed 26th May – Alan O’ Hare

Darwen Fri 4th June – Damian Joyce

Appletreewick Fri 25th June – Plumhall

Stourbridge Sat July – Jess Silk

Stroud Sun 18th July – Elvis McGonegal

Liverpool Phil Fri 23rd July – No support

*Liverpool Phil Sat 24th July – Calum Gilligan

*Purbeck Valley Folk festival Friday 20th August

Manchester Thursday 26th August – John Witherspoon

Runcorn Friday 10th September – The Southbound Attic Band

Thornton Hough Saturday 18th September – Kenny Scott

Wigan Thursday 23rd September – Joe Astley

*Sheffield Friday 1st October – Banjo Jen

Redcar Jakefest Saturday 9th October – Dan Donnelly

Norwich Friday 15th October – Setting Sons acoustic

*Southport Friday 29th October – Leonie Jakobi 

Weston Thursday 4th November – TBC

London Friday 5th November – TBC

London Saturday 6th November – TBC

Belfast – Thursday/Friday 18th/19th November – Liverpool Kev

Dublin – Saturday 20th November – Alan Burke

*Glasgow – Friday 10th December – Rebekah Kirk

*Liverpool – Saturday 11th December – TBC

Christmas single out on Dec 4th!


The classic single ‘Home’ is being re-released this Christmas and will be accompanied with a stunning film by Kitchen Disco Records. The film & single will be released on Friday 4th December.
The release of one of Ian’s most enduringly loved songs will close ‘The Story Of Ian Prowse’ year. It began as special guests on the Elvis Costello ‘Just Trust’ tour and will end with 2 shows at the Liverpool Philharmonic.
In between Ian responded to the global health pandemic with a series on much loved on line Lockdown shows which brought fans together and helped many through the crisis.

‘The Story of Ian Prowse’ brand new Tour & Album revealed!

Kitchen Disco Records are excited to announce the release of The Story of Ian Prowse, a career-spanning retrospective of Ian Prowse’s music on 28 February 28 2020.

The album includes much-loved tunes from Ian’s first indie cult band, Pele; classic songwriting from Amsterdam; and favourites from the three Ian Prowse solo LPs released this decade.

The Story of Ian Prowse also includes duets with Christy Moore and Elvis Costello, five songs playlisted by BBC Radio 1 and Radio 2, a #1 hit in South Africa and a brand new track called Only The Love. This release will underline Ian’s reputation as probably the UK’s most underrated songwriter.

Often described as the ‘Scouse Springsteen’ for his full on live performances, Prowsey is supporting The Story of Ian Prowse with an extensive acoustic tour across Britain, starting immediately after supporting Elvis Costello and the Imposters up and down the country in March.

This live acoustic show will not only include Prowsey’s most well known and loved tunes but it will also share some of the wild and wonderful stories behind them. What really happened to end Pele? What were the terrible downs and unexpected ups that occurred to get Amsterdam going? What’s it been like to meet & play with your heroes?

All will be revealed on The Story of Ian Prowse tour 2020!

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New single and tour announced!

The next single from to be taken from the ‘Here I Lie’ album will be the much loved ‘Somethings Changed’.

Described as a ‘guitar charged heartbreak rock & roll song’ it clocks in at a classic 2 minutes 40 seconds. The single is released on Friday 19 July and will be accompanied by a specially shot promo video.

Ian & the 6 piece Amsterdam band will be continuing the Here I Lie tour with shows in Bristol, Portsmouth, Chester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Halifax, Dublin, Hartlepool & Glasgow. The famous end of year Liverpool knees up will feature a 14 piece band and special guests.

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