Niño Josele, flamenco guitarist, born in Almeria, Andalusia in 1974, began playing
at the age of 6 and comes from a long dynasty of traditional flamenco musicians. He served his apprenticeship in tours and collaborations with Paco de Lucia and Enrique Morente, building on his flamenco roots until he stepped out with his critically acclaimed album, Paz, in 2006, a collection of reconfigured compositions by jazz pianist Bill Evans, which quickly established him as a visionary fusionist. He began composing new structures, merging bulerías, rumbas and verdiales with other influences. In 2008 he was invited by Chick Corea to take part in a tribute to Miles Davis in New York, forging a friendship with the late maestro, who appears on Josele's recent album, Galaxias, alongside Latin music legend Rubén Blades.