Ian Prowse, often called the "Scouse Springsteen", is best known for his work as main man with the groups, Pele (1990s) and the 7-piece group, Amsterdam (2000s). One of his most famous songs, Amsterdam's 'Does This Train Stop On Merseyside', was a huge favourite of the late DJ John Peel - he featured the song on his last ever 'Festive Fifty' and it has been well documented that it often reduced him to tears on air. The song has gone on to be covered by many others, including Christy Moore, Miles Hunt and Ian McNabb. In recent years, Ian Prowse has completed a couple of degrees, "just for the hell of it" and the album is, in part, inspired by his degree in Modern History and Masters in Irish music, for which he wrote his thesis on Irish Music. He has also become a father for the first time. 'Who Loves Ya' Baby' will be supported by a series of live dates in the UK, spanning March through May. The shows will be a mix of solo appearances alongside shows with Amsterdam, with whom he still performs.