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Jazz Musicians born on May 8

  1. Alf Wilhelm Lundberg
    b. 1979
  2. Dave Dickey Dave Dickey
  3. Dave Hampton
    b. 1949
  4. David Schnug
    b. 1985
  5. Davide Santorsola
    b. 1961
  6. Dennis Adu Dennis Adu
    b. 1987
  7. Giles Hirst
    b. 1966
  8. Heleen van den Hombergh Heleen van den Hombergh
    b. 1964
    voice / vocals
  9. James Hurt James Hurt
    b. 1967
  10. Jane Stuart Jane Stuart
    voice / vocals
  11. Jon Regen Jon Regen
    b. 1975
  12. Jon Weiss
    b. 1948
  13. Jon-Erik Kellso Jon-Erik Kellso
    b. 1964
  14. Keith Jarrett Keith Jarrett
    b. 1945
  15. Lauri Kadalipp Lauri Kadalipp
    b. 1995
    saxophone, tenor
  16. Leah Souza
    b. 1982
    voice / vocals
  17. Mary Lou Williams Mary Lou Williams
    b. 1910
  18. Massimo Urbani Massimo Urbani
    b. 1957
  19. Meinrad Kneer Meinrad Kneer
    b. 1970
    bass, acoustic
  20. Nenad Vasilic Nenad Vasilic
    b. 1975
    bass, acoustic
  21. Paul Smoker Paul Smoker
    b. 1941
  22. Red Young Red Young
    organ, Hammond B3
  23. Renee Legendre Renee Legendre
    b. 1977
    voice / vocals
  24. Rob Thorpe Rob Thorpe
    b. 1990
  25. Robert Johnson Robert Johnson
    b. 1911
    voice / vocals
  26. Shaun Rammers Shaun Rammers
    b. 1990
    saxophone, tenor
  27. Thomas Nowotny Thomas Nowotny
    b. 1963
    bass, acoustic
  28. Tyler Blanton Tyler Blanton
    b. 1981
  29. Willem Heylen Willem Heylen
    b. 1994
    guitar, electric
  1. Jack Bland
    b. 1899
  2. Jazzy Joe
    b. 1968
  3. Jerry Rusch
    b. 1943
  4. Papa Bue Jensen
    b. 1930
  5. Red Nichols Red Nichols
    b. 1905
  6. Sol y Los Terrestres Sol y Los Terrestres
    b. 1970

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