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Jazz Musicians born on August 1

Adam Shulman

piano
born 1979

Ali Bey

bass, electric
born 1970

Andi Hopgood

voice / vocals
born 1982

Andrea Lisa

guitar

Andrew J Dorsett

piano
born 1972

Borche Gushovski

bass, electric
born 1984

Buddy Jones

guitar
born 1983

Chuck Kilgore

trumpet
born 1955

Deep Pocket Theory

bass, electric
born 1970

Deitra Farr

voice / vocals
born 1957

Demin Anto Devassy

voice / vocals
born 1989

Doombalaya

composer/conductor
born 2004

Dr. David Glover

drums
born 1974

Evan mustard

guitar
born 1986

Florian Ross

piano
born 1972

Francesca Lewis

voice / vocals
born 1987

Geoffrey Jacob

guitar, electric
born 1970

Guillermo Serpas

guitar, acoustic
born 1969

Helga Plankensteiner

saxophone, alto
born 1968

Ian M. Davis

drums
born 1953

Jake Koelzer

voice / vocals
born 1990

Jeff Hedberg

voice / vocals
born 1979

Josh Nelson

piano
born 1978

Kate Blossom

voice / vocals

Kimberly "KAZ" Woods

voice / vocals

Lars Beijbom

arranger
born 1950

Mark Blankenship

bass, acoustic
born 1957

Matt Wong

guitar
born 1997

Mia Miata

voice / vocals
born 1974

Nuno Ferreira

guitar
born 1975

Paul Unger

bass, acoustic

Peter Oxley

piano
born 1994

Petra van Nuis

voice / vocals
born 1975

Robert Cray

guitar, electric
born 1953

S. Lyle Raymond

guitar
born 1972

Sarah Silverman

voice / vocals
born 1979

Shawn Williams

trumpet
born 1987

Simon Latarche

piano
born 1961

Svend Undseth

saxophone
born 1955

Tobias Tammearu

saxophone, tenor
born 1997

Tomas Ripoll

bass
born 1990

Tyler Summers Trio

saxophone
born 1998

Elmer Crumbley

born 1908

Isle of Klezbos

born 1998

Kamil Hala

born 1931

Marie Ellington

born 1920

Disclaimer: Though we have checked our dates, this listing may contain erroneous information. If you discover errors or omissions, please report it to us. Thank you.

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