Mike Ross Photo credit Paul Winter

MATT PEARCE + MIKE ROSS Double Headline Show

The Glasgow-born guitarist MATT PEARCE & THE MUTINY who creates evocative euphonies set against the darkest of blue canvases will team-up with the multidimensional & originative musician MIKE ROSS with his band for double-headed show upstairs at The Garage at The Grace in Highbury set for 9th November 2021.

The double headline gig at The Grace is to be the first Central London show for both musicians since the global epidemic impacted so fundamentally on live touring and gigs.

Matt Pearce Photo Credit Boris Litvinstev
Matt Pearce Photo Credit Boris Litvinstev

“This show at The Grace is important for two big reasons,” says Mike Ross, 

“It’ll be the first show I do with Matt and his band (and I can exclusively reveal that we have big plans together for 2022!) as well as being the last MRB show of this complicated and far from usual year.”

“I Can’t wait to crank up the amps and give 2021 an electrifying send-off so we can all look forward to a busier and more prosperous year to come, so come and celebrate with us!”

The community needs to reunite and bring the music back…

— Matt Pearce

“We all need live music!” adds Matt Pearce, “We need to play it and we need to see and hear it. The community needs to reunite and bring the music back.

“With that in mind I’m super-excited to be returning to the scene of my first London headline show: this time with the awesome Mike Ross and his band for a night of rocking, funking bluesy rock — just what London needs to warm itself up on a cold November Tuesday night!”

Daniel Leigh

In addition to the dual headliners, London-based singer/songwriter, Daniel Leigh (best-known as the lead vocalist for rock bands New Device and Jordan Red) will perform a solo acoustic opening set.

Main photo credit: Paul Winter

Tickets here:


 Doors 7pm

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