Not many genres can be traced back to a single musician. However, the consensus among most musicologists and players of this style is that Django Reinhardt is the father of Gypsy Jazz beginning with the music he created in France in the s. You can hear the impressionism influences in gypsy jazz with the frequent use of 6th chords as well as in some of the diminished and whole-tone runs. Nowadays, the genre has expanded with players and influences from all over the world. Modern-day professional gypsy jazz guitarists may incorporate South American, blues, rock, country, and other influences that push the genre to new territories. What most often remains consistent in the modern styles is the early Django influences, the style of guitars or instrumentation, and the blazing technical prowess of the musicians. Here are some of my favorite modern artists and their most recent albums. Each of the 5 guitarist on this list have jaw-dropping technique, but Joscho Stephan may in fact be otherworldly. Argentine guitarist Gonzalo Bergara is another prime example of a guitarist pushing the stylistic boundaries of gypsy jazz.
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Gypsy jazz artists list, with photos, ranked best to worst by votes. This list of the top gypsy jazz bands in the world includes all musicians who have released recordings that have gotten distribution, and is an up-to-date list. Gypsy jazz groups and artists are shown below along with any additional genres in which their music belongs. If available, you can also see information about where all gypsy jazz bands on this list got started. These are truly the greatest gypsy jazz bands of all time, since the most famous gypsy jazz artists ever are listed, and the order is decided by actual fans of the best gypsy jazz music. You can click on the gypsy jazz band names to see more information about that particular notable gypsy jazz group. If they're near the top of the best gypsy jazz artist list, though, then they should have at least some information available. All the top gypsy jazz bands named on the list also have discographies on their pages if you click on the gypsy jazz band names themselves.
Reinhardt was foremost among a group of Romani guitarists working in Paris from the s to the s. The style was popular in France and, via recordings and appearances by the original Quintette , in other European countries before and immediately after the second world war , but fell out of favour as the "swing era" came to an end, being replaced in its homeland by bebop , mainstream jazz, and eventually, rock and roll , however had a resurgence from the s onwards among performers and audiences at festivals, etc. The origins of gypsy jazz can be traced to the Manouche  gypsy Django Reinhardt, who after serving his musical "apprenticeship" playing in musette bands with accordionists, and also accompanying popular singers of the day, became acquainted with jazz music and began incorporating this into his repertoire and playing style.