Does this train stop on Merseyside: The Very Best Of Ian Prowse will be officially released by CIA Records via Universal on Monday 9th April. The album will include 3 brand new songs as well as 7 Pele classics and 8 Amsterdam.
Featuring duets with Elvis Costello and Christy Moore the CD also contains Number 1 hits abroad, 5 songs that have been playlisted on BBC Radio and the cream of Ian’s 21 years in the music industry.
Pre orders will be taken in the next couple of weeks for the CD which will include a collectors edition 16 page booklet complete with rare photos and specially written notes by Ian on the origins of each song.
A full April UK tour with the 7 piece Amsterdam band will visit London, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, York, Glasgow and Wolves.
We are very excited to announce that the Does this train stop on Merseyside, The Very Best of Ian Prowse, Pele and Amsterdam album will be released next April and promoted with a full UK tour.
The album itself will include 8 Pele classics, 9 Amsterdam and 3 brand new songs. It will include duets with Elvis Costello and Christy Moore, number 1 hit singles, and many other of Ian’s belting tunes spanning 1991 to 2012.
SJM, the UK’s biggest music promoters, will also be helping out on the tour and the whole thing kicks off with a very special launch show in Amsterdam’s spiritual home The Borderline Club in London Town on Thursday 19 April.
The show itself will feature Amsterdam as a 7-piece riot of a band that will encompass all of Ian’s career as well as the brand new tunes which will appear on the CD. The album will be appearing on CIA Recordings Via Universal.
Thu 19 Apr
Fri 20 Apr
0117 929 9008
Sat 21 Apr
Band on the Wall
Tue 24 Apr
0845 2500 500
Wed 25 Apr
08444 77 1000
Fri 27 Apr
b/o 0141 221 5279
The Slade Rooms
Sat 28 Apr
Huge excitement is building in the Amsterdam camp for the brace of shows this coming weekend.
The full 7 piece band will perform Ian Prowse’s debut classic ‘Fireworks’ in full, PLUS a rockin’ set of Amsterdam classics.
For this reason stage times will be 9 o’clock both nights. You will be able to pay on the door at both the Borderline and the Wedgewood Room shows.
Also available on the night will be the iconic ‘Pele logo in primary colours’ T-shirt as well as a signed copy of the album itself.
The venue Ian has played more than any other, the Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth, have insisted the final Amsterdam play ‘Fireworks’ show takes place there.
So on Sunday 22 May the full Amsterdam road show will perform the Fireworks album and the very best of Noughties Amsterdam.
Ian has performed at this famous place over 20 times in 18 years and its only fitting the show that tore Liverpool apart should be played here.
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Following the huge success of the Liverpool ‘Fireworks’ show, tickets for the London show are selling quickly. A vintage Amsterdam night is promised.
Don’t miss out:
Here’s a great broadcast from the Wonderstuff’s Miles Hunt concerning the release of Shared 2 on IRL records.
Ian contributes 2 newly recorded songs along with Miles and Erica, Damien Dempsey, Dan Donnelly, Jim Bob, Boo Hewerdine and others.