Niño Josele

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Niño Josele
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Niño Josele in concert, 2008
Background information
Birth name Juan José Heredia
Origin Almería, Spain
Genres Flamenco, jazz
Occupation(s) Musician, composer
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Website Official website

Niño Josele (born Juan José Heredia in 1974 in Almería) is a Spanish guitarist, and exponent of the New Flamenco style.

His first two albums show a vibrant, pure, modern flamenco style.

He then released a tribute to Bill Evans' music via his album Paz, showing his versatility as a musician.[1] Having originated in a flamenco background, Josele adapts to complicated jazz music themes as well as creating his own mixture of various genres in his own compositions.

He has participated in the award-winning short film Almendros los Plaza Nueva[2] and "La sombra de las cuerdas" 2009 (By Annabelle Ameline,Benoît Bodlet & Chechu G.Berlanga), a portrait of the guitar genius "El Niño Miguel".



  1. ^ Nastos, Michael. "Paz: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-07-03. 
  2. ^ La Gorce, Tammy. "Niño Josele: Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-07-03. 

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