Ian Prowse ( & Fiddle of Fire) Mersey Hymns Acoust

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Ian Prowse ( & Fiddle of Fire) Mersey Hymns Acoust

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GENERAL ADMISSION £18.66 (£17.60)

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Next Spring will be 10 years since Ian Prowse first recorded an album under his own name, ‘Who Loves Ya Baby’.
Prowse and a fiddle player will celebrate its reissue with an acoustic tour. Telling stories from 40 years of playing songs from his 10 albums as Pele, Amsterdam & Ian Prowse.

Raised on the rallying cry of protest songs and influenced by the celtic sounds that make Liverpool so unique, Ian Prowse is a singer/songwriter who is renowned for his incendiary live shows and has cemented his cult following over twenty five years with indie bands Pele and Amsterdam. Prowse charted with his song ‘Does This Train Stop on Merseyside?’, and Radio 1 DJ, John Peel, was reduced to tears live on air each time he played the track. Irish legend Christy Moore then adopted the song in 2009, making it the centrepiece of his number 1 album, ‘Listen’.