Javier Aviles – Biography, Career, Songs & Early Life

Javier Avilés is a musician and producer from Granada (Spain) with a long discography. He studied classical piano in the “Conservatorio Superior de Música” and modern electric guitar at some other schools of music in his country.

As a guitarist, he works in recording studios and with live music bands. As a guitar instructor, he collaborates with some websites specialized for guitarists. As a songwriter or music producer works with national or international artist from Spain, Germany, Romania, Ireland, Morocco, Israel, Mexico, Argentina, and Colombia.

As guitarist or arranger, he works for many producers with national and international prestige like Jorge Avendaño Lührs who is the producer of Plácido Domingo, Sarah Brightman, Edith Márquez, Christian, Francisco Céspedes. Javier has also worked with Miguel Ángel Arenas “Capi” producer of Pecos, Alejandro Sanz, Tequila, Mecano.

Paco Espínola producer of Paco de Lucía, Camarón, Joaquín Sabina, Enrique Morente. Javier plays all musical styles including pop music, blues, funk or rock. Also, he has composed incidental or classical music for TV, short films, animation, theatrical shows. Javier has published 2 books “Acordes Básicos para Guitarra” for guitarist and for studio technology “How to Create a Home Recording Studio”.

In 2016 he toured with the band Blues de Gas and Beso de Judas. In addition to touring with these bands, he will begin a promotional tour for Maldito Megías new album, recorded at FJR studios and produced by Javier Avilés.

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