This concert is rescheduled again, this is the new date. Already purchased tickets remain valid. Please note: this concert can only take place if all measures regarding COVID-19 no longer apply.
- Date: Wednesday 23 Feb 2022
- Hall: CreativeColors Stage
- Doors open: 19:30
- Start: 20:30
- Presale: 23,50 (incl. service charge)
- At the door: 24,-
Last year, after six successful years as the creative force behind psychedelic rock band Purson, Rosalie Cunnigham started the most artistic chapter of her career. Her new music is a modern mix of psychedelica, prog and folk rock, strongly influenced by her love for The Beatles and 60s and 70s rock giants such as Jethro Tull, Cream and Deep Purple.
Cunningham founded her first professional band, the all-female psychedelic Ipso Facto, at the age of 16 and released three singles during a tour of the UK and Europe in support of Magazine and The Last Shadow Puppets. In 2011 she launched the band Purson, together they released a number of successful albums. Purson toured worldwide with, among others, KISS and Ghost. In 2015, they received the “Vanguard” prize at the Progressive Music Awards in London. After six years, Rosalie chose to withdraw from the music industry to buy herself time and space to reinvent her career. Now she is back with a “shit hot live band” as she puts it, consisting of her creative and life partner guitarist Rosco Levee, keyboardist Lee Spreadbury, bassist Alpha Michelle and Atomic Rooster drummer Bo Walsh. Her debut album recently appeared in the “Top Three Albums of the Year” by Prog Magazine. On Thursday, June 4, she will perform at the Boerderij about which Rosalie says: “It is always great to play in front of a Dutch audience and I am especially looking forward to performing at the Boerderij, a venue with such a rich history. The band and I are really looking forward to playing new material alongside songs from my debut album as well as Purson songs