After more than a dozen albums and hundreds of concerts in different countries, David Regueiro is considered one of the most outstanding gypsy jazz guitarists in Spain.

At the beginning of 2020, David Regueiro Trio -with Iago Reigosa on guitar and Juyma Estévez on double bass- released their new album called “Areal”, which features 9 original compositions.

This album is rooted in the music of Django Reinhard and the gypsy jazz style as a starting point, but other influences can be found such as American swing or bebop. The trio provides a rigorous and respectful approach based on tradition, while remaining fresh and innovative.


Beautiful and lyrical album from the west coast of Spain (just north of Portugal).
I have known David for many years and I always look forward to listening to his new albums. I especially enjoy the two songs that are accompanied by the clarinet.
On this CD, the 9 tracks are his own composition.
The first tune is a charming tribute to Samoreau, France, the famous camping site where the whole world gathers to play Django Reinhardt’s music.
Bravo for the album, my friend!


“It is very nice that David Regueiro, Galician guitarist that leads this trio dares to edit such an interesting work […] a range of music varied and elegant […] amazing phrasing […] feels like blowing up every conventionality”

Cándido Querol (B-Ritmos)

“Frankly, a very good job […] and this is important, the work of very courageous people”

José Manuel Pérez Rey (Distrito Jazz)

“Regueiro is a specialist, a scholar of jazz manouche”

Jaun Ez (Distrito Jazz)

“Hot jazz by definition. Uplifting swing”

All About Jazz


David Regueiro studied Guitar and Music Degree at diferent Conservatories and Universities (Ourense, Salamanca, Complutense, Royal Holloway U. London) and with some of the most outstanding international musicians: Samson Schmitt, Brady Winterstein, Mozes Rosenberg, Adrien Moignard, Joaquín Chacón, Abe Rábade, Paco Charlin, Albert Sanz, Peter Bernstein, Logan Richardson, Steve Brown, Philip Catherine, etc.

He has played in Portugal, Germany, France, U.K., Netherlands… and also in some of the most important venues and festivals in Spain, such as: “Festival Internacional de Jazz de Ourense”, “Festival de Jazz de Lugo”, Mila Musika Haria (Bilbao), “Imaxinasons” (Festival de jazz de Vigo), ”Festival de Jazz de Ribadavia”, ”Festival de Jazz de Salamanca”, “Villamajazz” (León), “Canjazz, Festival Internacional de Jazz de Cangas”, “Festival Más Que Jazz de A Coruña”, “Festival de Jazz de Ponteareas”, “Mostra de Jazz de Rianxo”, Festival Jazz de Ría (Ferrol – Mugardos), etc.

Specialiced in the music of Django Reinhardt, he has released two albums as a leader among other collaborations.

David Regueiro endorses JWC Guitars

David Regueiro Organ Trio

So glad to introduce you my new project: “DAVID REGUEIRO ORGAN TRIO”

This set with hammond and drums is one of my favourite EVER! So, I am very happy.

We’ll be playing some jazz, groove, blues, soul, psychedelic rock… who knows?!?!?!

Hope you dig it!

David Regueiro: Guitar

Ricardo Moreira: Organ

Noli Torres: Drums

Original SoundTrack of


Gypsy Jazz Spain