Sydneyborn musician Nick Ramm grew up playing recorder, guitar, violin and piano.
Later he would play percussion, flute, melodyhorn and bass guitar. Son of
musical eclectic and renowned educator Dave Ramm, Nick obtained a degree in
music and mathematics and then he attended the Guildhall School of Music and
Drama where he studied under Simon Purcell, John Taylor and Bosco De Oliviera.
He would perform as keyboardist/pianist with Byron Wallen's Sound Advice, Jim
Mullen, Dennis Rollins, Martin Speake, The Expendables, Bembe Segue, Marcina
Arnold, Matthew Herbert and Acoustic ladyland. Played in the group Timeline alongside Dave Okumu, Tom Herbert, Leo Taylor,
Barak Schmool and Ivan Ormond. Recorded the album 'Little Green Man' with his own trio Quota alongside Gary
Willcox, Tom Skinner and Jeremy Brown. Performed in played all over Europe, in
Syria, Latvia, Libya, Russia and at major UK festivals. In 2003 Ramm composed a circus-inspired set of music and formed the quintet
Clown Revisited. Their debut album 'Flashes Of A Normal World' (F-IRECD012) was
released on 17th April 2006 and was launched at the Vortex Jazz
Club with the help of Charli Santiago the clown. In 2006 he released a jazz quartet recording with Zhenya Striagalev on Baltic
Records and recorded on Johnathan Bratoeff's Points Of Perception
album. In 2007 he recorded with Seb Rochford's Fulborn Teversham and he joined the
Cinematic Orchestra and toured extensively.