Siegal’s second live album in twelve months sees Ian taking his electric band to the legendary North Sea Jazz Club in Amsterdam.

One Night in Amsterdam is Ian Siegal’s first full band live album, following on from the acoustic offering, Man and Guitar, recorded at the iconic Royal Albert Hall last year. The album is a superb collection of blues, roots, and good old fashioned rock n’ roll delivered from Ian’s extensive back catalog as well as some new materials and covers of some artists who have inspired Ian over the years. Joining the award winning British bluesman in his incredibly talented European electric band is Dusty Ciggaar (guitar), Raphael Schwiddessen (drums), and Danny Van’t Hoff (bass).

Ian’s latest offering has it all, up tempo rock n’ roll numbers like, “I Am The Train” from The Candy Store Kid, funky blues numbers like “Brandy Balloon” from Meat and Potatoes, alongside Americana numbers in the form of Ian’s cover of Tom Russell’s “Gallo Del Cielo” all of which see Siegal’s guitarist Dusty Ciggaar coming into his own with captivating solo’s. Ian pays homage to one of his heroes Nottingham’s Harry Stephenson with a powerful and heartfelt rendition of “Writing On The Wall.”

The band are joined on stage for the final two numbers by Joel and Tess Gaerthe who add some magical harmonies to Siegal’s stunning cover of The Everly Brothers “Love Hurts” and one of Ian’s latest numbers “Please Don’t Fail Me.”

One Night in Amsterdam is a must for Siegal and Blues Rock fans alike. The album will be released on cd and vinyl on March 9 in the U.K.

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Ian Siegal Tour Dates
17 March Chester Live Rooms
18 March Glasgow Stereo
19 March Aberdeen Jazz Festival
20 March Harrogate Ripley Blues
21 March Derby Flowerpot
22 March Scarborough Top Secret Blues Festival
24 March Newcastle Cluny
25 March Bolton Railway
26 March Bristol Tunnels
27 March Norwich Arts Centre
28 March London Jazz Cafe
29 March Southampton Talking Heads

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