Apostolis Anthimos

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Apostolis Anthimos
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Background information
Born (1954-09-25) 25 September 1954 (age 62)
Origin Siemianowice Śląskie, Poland Country flag
Genres Jazz, Rock
Instruments Guitar, Drums, Keyboards
Labels Metal Mind Productions
Website www.apostolis.pl
Performing in Warsaw with The Greek Freaks ensemble - November 2010

Apostolis Anthimos (born 25 September 1954 in Siemianowice Śląskie) is a Polish jazz / rock oriented guitarist, drummer and keyboard player of Greek origin.

He is a member of the Polish progressive rock band SBB.

He has also co-operated with Czesław Niemen, Tomasz Stańko, George Dalaras, Vangelis Katsoulis, and also a number of bands, including Krzak, Dżem and Osjan. He has participated in the recording of over fifty albums, including three solo albums of his own: Days We Can't Forget (1994, backed by Gil Goldstein, Jim Beard, Matthew Garrison & Paul Wertico), Theatro (1999) and Back to the North (2006, backed by Wertico and Marcin Pospieszalski).

His recent solo projects include:

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