Apostolis Anthimos was born on 25th of September 1954 in Katowice to a family of Greek immigrants. He is a valued, versatile guitarist and drummer. Since 1971 to the present day he is a guitarist and drummer in the progressive rock SBB band, which is hailed as the most important rock band of the second half of 20th century in Poland and in the world, comparable to groups such as Mahavishnu, Weather Report, Return To Forever. He has recorded several dozen albums with SBB and performed, among others at the Roskilde festival in Denmark, as well as in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. In 1972-1973 he worked with Czeslaw Niemen (four albums in Germany and Poland, concerts all over Europe, among others, alongside Jack Bruce, Mahavishnu Orchestra and Charles Mingus). In the 80s he divided his time between working in Greece (as a respected session musician) and in Poland, where he performed with Tomasz Stańko (C.O.C.X., Lady Go and Witkacy Peyotl/Freelectronic projects, among others). He recorded the legendary solo in the song Paw by Dżem. He has also collaborated with the groups Krzak and Osjan.
Source: Wikipedia and NOSPR