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Gypsy Fever

These two premier guitarists from the Gypsy Fever are incredible to watch and listen to. They offer a beautiful mix of fusion guitar compositions from the jazz tradition of improvisation and the rhythmic palette of gypsy, Latin and world music.

  • Entertainment:
    Duos and Trios, Instrumental Music, Latin and Cuban Music, World Music
  • City:
  • Size:
    2-5 performers

Audio Samples

  • The Prophet
  • Gypsy Fever
  • Dark Angel
  • Frevo Rasgado
  • Duo Young Tiger
  • Duo Sara's Groove
  • Blue Bossa
  • Beautiful Catasrophe
  • Hotel California
  • Cinema Paradiso Love theme
  • solo the godfather
  • The Promise

Video Samples

  • Sparrow Song
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  • The Prophet movie clip
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Song List Print Full Song List


Beautiful Catastroph
Dark Angel
String theory
My Place
3 for me
The Promise
Secret Agent
Gypsy Fever
Chloe meets the phantom
The Dragons Lair
Young Tiger
Peace March
Kyra’s waltz
Time Lapse
Sara’a groove
To Bahia with love
The Travellers song
The Great Enigma
Continental Drift
The Prophet
Carlo’s Way
Orient Express


black Orpheus
girl from impanema
Jazz n samba
Incompatibilidade de genios
No more blues
how insensitive
besame mucho
chan chan


Softly as in a morning sunrise
500 miles high
little sunflower
giant steps
donna lee
have you met miss jones
all the things you are
a night in Tunisia
stella by starlight
autumn leaves
april joy
cantaloupe island
bright size life
freddie the freeloader
road song
all blues
the chicken
nature boy
Green dolphin st
Giant Steps


Cinema paradiso love theme
Time after time ( cindi lauper )
Isn’t she lovely ( stevie Wonder )
Master Blaster ( SW )
Recuerdos de la Alhambra
Don’t know why ( Norah Jones )
Theme from the godfather
Kashmir ( Led Zeppelin )
Californication (chilli peppers )
Smells like teen spirit ( Nirvana )
Hotel California ( Eagles )
Light my Fire
Riders on the storm

These are only a few examples.

Any song can be learned and arranged for 2 guitars by request for a particular wedding or event



Gypsy Fever comprised for two premier guitarists from the Gypsy Fever are incredible to watch and listen to. They offer a beautiful mix of fusion guitar compositions from the jazz tradition of improvisation and the rhythmic palette of gypsy, Latin and world music. A sophisticated mix of classical, jazz and flamenco styles, their albums sell worldwide and are regularly played on ABC radio.


Gyspy Fever have been performing for 12 years and played at numerous festivals and clubs nationally. They have held residencies and concerts in exclusive Sydney venues including The Basement, The Vanguard, Cafe Sydney, venue 505, SIMA, Riverside Theatre and many more. They have supported the Buena Vista Social Club, Cassandra Wilson, and Kristina Olsen. Let the Gypsy Fever ignite the latin fever within you, with their unique and imaginative musical performance. Also available as solo, trio and quartet (see “Gavin René Libotte”,Alchemy”, “Gypsy Fever”)

Gypsy Fever is all available as a Quartet/Quintet

The Quartet consists of two acoustic guitars, cello and drums. The quintet includes double bass.
Mixed with world music influences, jazz, funk, and flamenco, Urban Gypsies play original Jazz Latin and contemporary music with an edge. Their music represents an exciting new direction, with influences including John McLaughlin, Ottmar Liebert, Paco de Lucia, Sylvain Luc, Rodrigo y Gabriela and many other guitar greats. Gypsy Fever is perfect as either background music or as a showcase act. You are sure to be impressed with the display of timeless, graceful beauty and exciting, original musical interplay from this unique combination of Australia’s best instrumental musicians


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The skilful interplay of the guitars allows the Urban Gypsies to explore and extend musical possibilities. All this is accomplished with an upfront authority that comes from a definite mastery of their instruments.

J. Low

“You guys were fantastic last night. It was a privilege to be awash in such a beautiful soundscape. The audience was so appreciative and respectful of the class of music you provide…You were stunning.”

A. Smith

Originally a Perth based acoustic guitar duo, Gypsy Fever are now a Sydney duo, trio, quartet or even more. On this particular album, the core of the group remains as jazz / Latin guitarists Gavin Libotte and Gordon Tan, and their omnipresent resonant strummery is felt everywhere. Their finely crafted plucking is enhanced with the addition of extras such as violins, bass, drums, percussion and oud, which allows the group to create a hypnotic world of sound that is unrestricted and open to experimentation. This extended freedom has seemingly encouraged the pair to extend their boundaries stylistically, as they produce a culturally crossed over brand of music that mixes jazz, Eastern exotica, Latin, Gypsy and Classical. The soft focus sound is clearly aimed at the living room or the café, but the energetic prowess of the players makes for some fine concentrated listening indeed. Just listen to the blistering acoustic lead runs on the Ottmar Liebert flavoured String Theory, the dreamily restrained percussion on The Promise or the harmonic interplay on My Place. Top notch little moments like these that populate the entire recording. Classy and smooth – check it out.

P. Bennett
P. Bennett

Gavin Libotte and Simon Phillips have been playing together for 2 years, and have developed a playful style, with intricate interplay, original melodies and flashes of virtuosity. It’s hard to pick a single track for airplay. The whole album is a satisfying journey, with influences from a world of jazz, flamenco, groove, and Latin rhythms. The delicate percussion forms an integral part of the sound, allowing the guitars more space to create beauty. The production is superb, with attention to the tone and warmth of the guitar. Sauvage is seriously impressive!

J. Hall