Collage presents:

Mike Outram Trio

Karamel, London, GB

£5 (advance), £10 OTD
Entry Requirements: All welcome
General Admission (e-ticket)
$7.06 + $1.41 s/c
Pay more if you can £7+fee (e-ticket)
$9.89 + $1.41 s/c
Pay more if you can £9+fee (e-ticket)
$12.72 + $1.41 s/c

Doors open 7pm, music starts at 8pm.

"Outram is a guitarist with world-class credentials." The Guardian

Line-up: Mike Outram - guitar Pete Whittaker - organ Matt Home - drums

Mike's long and varied career includes recording for Steven Wilson on his Insurgentes album alongside Jordan Rudess, Tony Levin and Gavin Harrison; playing on this with Danish drummer and composer Sebastiaan Cornellisen and John McLaughlin bassist Hadrian Feraud; playing classical guitar with string quartet to a film at the Sao Paulo Film Festival, Brazil; recording Laura Rossi’s soundtrack to ‘The Firm’; playing swanee whistle in a tribute to Clangers creator Oliver Postgate; playing on Theo Travis’s proggy/rock/jazz/ambient album with Robert Fripp (King Crimson); a European tour with soul-funk legend Carleen Anderson; gigs in South Africa with Herbie Mann; sessions with Photek and the Cinematic Orchestra, recording math-geek-metallers The Banzai Buddy Band and writing and recording his own music.

Jazz projects include: Asaf Sirkis’ Messiaen-meets-Prog group; Issie Barratt’s insanely challenging Big Band; Pop/country singer-songwriter Rebecca Hollweg; Martin Speake’s projects which explore contemporary jazz, be-bop, Indian carnatic influenced music, free improvised music; The Tony Woods Project, Gareth Lockrane, Dylan Howe, Harvey Brough, Tim Whitehead, Karen Street, Jacqui Dankworth, Jamie O’Donnell, Dave O’Higgins.

"Mike Outram is without doubt the most talented guitarist of his generation" Steve Rubie – 606 Club

"Mike Outram plays the sweetest wailing rock guitar in Britain. It’s a sound of great beauty." Seb Scotney, London Jazz

"Bear witness to the rocket–science guitar that is Mike Outram" Dazed & Confused "combining the feeling of vintage John Lee Hooker with his own much more sophisticated technique" Manchester Evening News

Karamel - 4 Coburg Road, London N22 6UJ The Karamel vegan kitchen will be serving food until 9.30pm. Email karamel8775@gmail.com to book a table.

Tickets: £5 in advance from www.musicglue.com/karamel or £10 On The Door.

Doors open 7pm, music starts at 8pm.