Apostolis Anthimos (born 25 September 1954 in Siemianowice Śląskie) is a Polish jazz / rock oriented guitarist, drummer and keyboard player. His parents are Greeks. He is a member of the Polish progressive rock band SBB, and has had a long individual career both as band leader and as sideman.
|Born||25 September 1954|
|Origin||Siemianowice Śląskie, Poland|
|Instrument(s)||Guitar, Drums, Keyboards|
|Labels||Metal Mind Productions|
He has 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:
- Apostolis Anthimos Trio (with Krzysztof Dziedzic on drums and Robert Szewczuga on bass guitar)
- Apostolis Anthimos Quartet (with Arild Andersen on double bass, Tomasz Szukalski on saxophone and Krzysztof Dziedzic on drums)
- Apostolis Anthimos' official web page
- Apostolis' page on MySpace.Com
- Apostolis Anthimos Trio live on YouTube