Tickets NOW available for ALL shows on Best Of Ian Prowse UK tour

You can now buy tickets for all 7 shows on the forthcoming full UK Tour. The tour will feature a riotous 7 piece full on Amsterdam band performing songs from this April’s ‘Does this train stop on Merseyside: The Very Best Of Ian Prowse’ album.

The album itself contains 15 of Ian’s best songs from both Pele and Amsterdam as well as 3 new cracking tunes. The new songs are a riotous ‘Maybe there is a God after all’, the classic Prowse songwriting of ‘Rise Like a Lion’ and the train like rock and roll of ‘Here I am’ (which includes the very first appearance of a saxophone on one of Ian’s songs).

The Amsterdam gang can not wait to take all these songs out on the road. Get your tickets now!

London (Launch show)
The Borderline
Thu 19 Apr

Fri 20 Apr
0117 929 9008

Kazimier (Wolstenholme Sq)
Sat 21 Apr

Band on the Wall
Tue 24 Apr
0845 2500 500

The Duchess
Wed 25 Apr

01904 641413

King Tuts
Fri 27 Apr
b/o 0141 221 5279

The Slade Rooms
Sat 28 Apr
0870 320 7000


Tickets for intimate Wirral show with Ian

Tickets are now available at an unbelievable £5.00 for Ian’s intimate show at the Red Door in West Kirkby on the Wirral.

The show will start at 8.00 on Tuesday 13th September and Ian will be joined by 2 guest musicians. Expect stories, sing a longs and new songs for this special on off event.

Tickets availabe here:

You can also buy ticket directly from the venue:

Leeds date change and ticket links

Sorry for the inconvenience but the Amsterdam Leeds date will now definitely take place on Saturday 19 March. Come have a great Saturday night out in Yorkshire.

Tickets available from:



Ian and Eimear to perform in the Irish Sea sessions

The very first concert of this type will take place at Liverpool’s most prestigious concert venue the Philharmonic Hall on 22 October. The inaugural Irish Sea Sessions is part super group, part colossal session and part festival, all in a single gig.

A mass rank of exceptional musicians from Liverpool and Ireland will unite on one stage to enjoy the musical connections between the city, the island it looks out to across the waves, and those who pass through Liverpool en route to, or from, Ireland.

Ian says: “I feel immensely honoured, and a little bit nervous, to be representing Liverpool in among so many fantastic Irish musicians. We’re going to make a hell of a racket between us, as the only rock and roller in the troupe I’ll be providing the backstage egotistical ravings.”

The Irish Sea Sessions take place next Friday, October 22, at 7.30pm. Tickets £15 or £20 from 0151 709 3789 or

This huge project not only brings together a wealth of music, talent and skills, but people too, musicians and audiences from both sides of the Irish Sea coming together to celebrate their shared roots and music.

14 musicians sharing equal billing will spend the days leading up to the Irish Sea Sessions in the city, creating new arrangements of traditional tunes and each other’s songs, and presenting them here in session format but filling the stage of the concert hall.

Guitars, flutes, pipes, singers, fiddles, bodhran, whistles and some of the most exciting musicianship you’ll see, will combine to revel in the special bond between Liverpool and Ireland and the music that is so much part of both their identities.


2010’s two big shows coming up!

The ONLY two UK Amsterdam shows of this year are coming up fast.

Firstly Amsterdam play at the Stanley Theatre on Saturday 23rd October for the Liverpool Irish Festival. This show is a co-headline with Irish legend Damien Dempsey.

Opening up the show will be Dan Donnelly brilliant Irish singer songwriter from Belfast. Amsterdam will be augmented by Eric Nockalls and Wayne Morgan as well as a very special guest.

Following this show the gang return to their London home for a hell of a show at the Borderline club in Soho. The full 7 piece will light the capital city up with one of those legendary Saturday nights.

This gig is on Saturday 6th November and also includes the Kevin Critchely Outfit and the brilliant Nasher from 80’s chart toppers Frankie Goes to Hollywood.

Tickets for both shows are available now: