Ximo Tebar

Ximo Tebar was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1963, and at the age of seven began playing the guitar, first studying flamenco. At seventeen he decided to turn professional, and since then has preformed in concerts and recordings in Spain, Europe and America, leading his own group “Ximo Tebar Band” or accompanying prestigious soloists, featuring amongst others: Johnny Griffinn, Benny Golson, Eddie Henderson, Tete Montoliu, Lou Donaldson, Jan Ackerman, Lou Bennett, Louie Bellson, etc.

Ximo Tebar is the spanish musician who has won the most awards in the last years, “BEST NATIONAL JAZZ SOLOIST” two years running 1989, 1990 (Spanish Culture Ministery), “THE DEXTER GORDON 1991” Award, given by Spanish Television Chanel 1, music prize in the “BIENNIAL YOUNG CREATORS OF MEDITERRANEAN EUROPE” 1992, etc.

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Celebrating Erik Satie
Celebrating Erik Satie
Xabia Jazz
2009
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Steps
Steps
Sunnyside Records
2009
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[no cover]
Steps
Sunnyside
2008
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Eclipse
Eclipse
Omix Records
2007
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[no cover]
Eclipse
Sunnyside
2006
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Goes Blue
Goes Blue
Sunnyside Records
2005
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