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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Amsterdam HQ can now reveal the 11 songs which will make up the brand new album. Pre Order CD, vinyl or one of the great offers HERE
Rockin’ opener about the tragic love story of Grace Gifford & Joseph Plunket through Graces eyes.
The Ballad Of North John Street.
The past, present & future of life on this Liverpool city centre thoroughfare.
Here I Lie.
Song for the kids when we’re gone.
Tale of heartbreak, cousin of early Amsterdam song.
We Ride At Dawn.
Summational tune on a life of song & learning.
One for Rosalita Prowse.
Ten Second Journey.
Inspired by The Falling Man documentary.
Historical tale from when emigrants went to there own wakes.
All The Royal Houses.
‘And I rule that boarding school is cruel’.
She Sings Ava Maria.
Childhood memories and 2 strong grandmothers.
Ned Maddrell (i Eulogy ii Ascension)
Song in honour of the last native speaker of the Manx (Isle Of Mann) language.
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Here is the magnificent cover to the brand new Ian Prowse LP ‘Here I Lie’. This 1824 painting, of Joan Of Arc by French Neoclassic artist Paul Delaroche, acts as a sister cover to the Fireworks album which Delaroche also created.
The vinyl version (which includes a gatefold sleeves with lyrics) is particularly striking.
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This years festive extravaganza promises to be the biggest yet as the 15 piece Amsterdam are joined on the bill by Scouse legends from Space & Frankie Goes To Hollywood.
The show takes place on December 22nd the last Saturday before Christmas for that extra knees up atmosphere! The band promise to honour both Pele albums as well as a host of Amsterdam/Solo classics, there’s usually a surprise or two in store as well.
Very special guests will be Tommy Scott & Phil Hartley from Space as well as Nasher from Frankie Goes To Hollywood to kick things off. A proper Liverpool Saturday night out!
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Ian and the band are now deep into rehearsals for the much anticipated Pele anniversary tour, as it’s getting closer and we can now announce the support acts!
Dumfries Saturday 17th March: Nasher
Wolverhampton Friday 23th March: Roseville
Newcastle: Saturday 24th March: Driven Serious/ Calum David Tordoff
Chester Thursday 5th April: Me & Deboe
Nottingham Friday 13th April: The Amber Herd
Manchester Saturday 14th April: The Racket
Sheffield Friday 20th April: Robberie/ Jen Webster
Leeds Saturday 21st April: The Racket
London Saturday 28th April: The Southbound Attic Band
Bristol Friday 4th May: Oscar Young
Portsmouth Saturday 5th May: Bobby I Can Fly
Liverpool Saturday 12th May: Ronan McManus/ Southbound Attic Band