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Jazz Musicians born on May 6

  1. Al Grant
    b. 1945
    piano
  2. Andy Lutkoff Andy Lutkoff
    b. 1951
    saxophone, alto
  3. Antonio Mazzei
    b. 1987
    piano
  4. Brad Felt Brad Felt
    b. 1956
    euphonium
  5. Chris Rhoden
    b. 1959
    congas
  6. Cris Barber
    voice / vocals
  7. Dave Fleschner
    b. 1974
    keyboards
  8. Dave Kelbie Dave Kelbie
    b. 1964
    guitar
  9. David Friesen David Friesen
    b. 1942
    bass, acoustic
  10. Duke Jones Duke Jones
    trumpet
  11. Eddy Clayton
    b. 1931
    drums
  12. Ellen Demos Ellen Demos
    voice / vocals
  13. Erica Bramham Erica Bramham
    b. 1984
    voice / vocals
  14. Ian Sadock Ian Sadock
    b. 1993
    piano
  15. Jonathan Greenberg Jonathan Greenberg
    b. 1960
    trumpet
  16. Juampy Juarez Juampy Juarez
    b. 1970
    guitar
  17. Kathryn Hopkins Kathryn Hopkins
    voice / vocals
  18. Louis Landon Louis Landon
    piano
  19. Marc Buronfosse Marc Buronfosse
    b. 1963
    bass, acoustic
  20. Maxim Lubarsky Maxim Lubarsky
    b. 1977
    piano
  21. Nbtno
    b. 1976
    band/orchestra
  22. Nicholas Bouloukos Nicholas Bouloukos
    b. 1973
    piano
  23. Paul Dunmall Paul Dunmall
    b. 1953
    saxophone
  24. QBall
    b. 1985
    guitar, electric
  25. Rebecca Faiola Rebecca Faiola
    voice / vocals
  26. Silke Matzpohl-filmcomposer
    composer/conductor
  27. Tony White Tony White
    b. 1967
    saxophone, tenor
  1. Charlie Irvis
    b. 1899
  2. Cliff Carlisle
    b. 1904
  3. Denny Wright
    b. 1924
  4. Eddie C. Campbell Eddie C. Campbell
    b. 1939
  5. Freddy Randall
    b. 1921
  6. Isla Eckinger
    b. 1939
  7. Vic Berton Vic Berton
    b. 1896

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