Biography

Juan Gómez Chicuelo, (Barcelona, 1968) began his study of the guitar as a child, in and around the peñas flamencas. He studied among many others with the brothers Manolo Sanlúcar and Isidro Muñoz.

In his early years, he worked in Barcelona at the Tablao de Carmen with Mario Escudero, Angelita Vargas, La Tolea, Yerbabuena, Sara Baras, Adrián Galia, Belén Maya, Antonio “el Pipa”, Joaquin Grilo, etc…

He has worked as a studio musician for many different artists, including: Tomatito, Duquende, Mayte Martín, Ginesa Ortega, and Joan Manuel Serrat; and as the musical director in recording sessions such as “Siento” and “Oscuriá”, by Ginesa Ortega; and “Suena Flamenco”, by Miguel Poveda.

He has done a version of the music from the last Orson Welles film, “El Quijote”, and he has participated in the “Festival de Jóvenes Flamencos”, held in Paris. In 1996, he was the founding member of the group “Cambalache”.
He has accompanied the singing of Enrique Morente, Rancapino, Chano Lobato, José Mercé, Duquende, Mayte Martín, and Potito, and he is the habitual accompanist of Miguel Poveda.

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