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Jazz Musicians born on May 7

  1. Axel Zwingenberger Axel Zwingenberger
    b. 1955
    piano
  2. Bill Sample Bill Sample
    b. 1950
    piano
  3. Cennet Jönsson
    b. 1956
    saxophone, soprano
  4. Cody Carpenter Cody Carpenter
    b. 1984
    keyboards
  5. Dan Rosenboom Dan Rosenboom
    b. 1982
    trumpet
  6. David Haney David Haney
    b. 1955
    piano
  7. Ella Gahnt Ella Gahnt
    voice / vocals
  8. Francesco Cigna
    b. 1981
    guitar
  9. Gunhild Carling Gunhild Carling
    b. 1975
    trumpet
  10. Henrique Mota Henrique Mota
    b. 1994
    piano
  11. James Witherite James Witherite
    b. 1986
    composer/conductor
  12. Jeff Crouse Jeff Crouse
    b. 1977
    drums
  13. Jerry Ericsson
    b. 1969
    bass, electric
  14. Joe Ford Joe Ford
    b. 1947
    saxophone, alto
  15. Ken Lister Ken Lister
    b. 1962
    bass, acoustic
  16. Khani Cole Khani Cole
    b. 1966
    voice / vocals
  17. Lee Shanel Lee Shanel
    b. 1955
    voice / vocals
  18. LJ Folk LJ Folk
    b. 1958
    voice / vocals
  19. Michael Formanek Michael Formanek
    b. 1958
    bass
  20. Mike Christianson
    b. 1963
    trombone
  21. Navdeep Jhaj
    b. 1967
    guitar
  22. Patrick Andy Patrick Andy
    b. 2006
    bass, electric
  23. Tomoko Ozawa Tomoko Ozawa
    piano
  24. Tony Guitar Copeland Tony Guitar Copeland
    b. 1961
    guitar
  1. 'Lefty' Bates
    b. 1924
  2. Bumble Bee Slim
    b. 1905
  3. Edward Inge
    b. 1906
  4. Floyd O'Brien
    b. 1904
  5. Herbie Steward
    b. 1926
  6. Hostgator Coupon
    b. 1973
  7. Lars Sjosten
    b. 1941
  8. Leon Alexander Abbey
    b. 1900
  9. Pete Jacobs
    b. 1899
  10. Teresa Brewer
    b. 1931

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