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Jazz Musicians born on January 13

  1. Bill Boublitz Bill Boublitz
    b. 1958
    keyboards
  2. Bill Easley Bill Easley
    b. 1946
    saxophone
  3. Bill Hart
    b. 1964
    guitar
  4. Casey Casey
    b. 1977
    bass, electric
  5. Claudio Riggio
    b. 1964
    guitar
  6. Danny Barker Danny Barker
    b. 1909
    banjo
  7. Derrick Konig
    b. 1968
    guitar
  8. Dr. Dennis J. Meillo
    b. 1951
    guitar
  9. Eero Koivistoinen Eero Koivistoinen
    b. 1946
    woodwinds
  10. Elliot Mason Elliot Mason
    b. 1977
    trombone
  11. Eric Pan Eric Pan
    b. 1994
    piano
  12. Gray Mayfield Gray Mayfield
    b. 1966
    saxophone
  13. Hugo Garcia
    b. 1969
    drums
  14. Jackson McGirr
    b. 1953
    trumpet
  15. João Almeida João Almeida
    b. 1997
    trumpet
  16. Joe Pass Joe Pass
    b. 1929
    guitar
  17. Jon Maharaj Jon Maharaj
    b. 1981
    bass
  18. Julian Nicholas Julian Nicholas
    b. 1965
    saxophone, tenor
  19. Kat Parra Kat Parra
    b. 1962
    voice / vocals
  20. Marcin Fic Marcin Fic
    b. 1982
    trumpet
  21. Melba Liston Melba Liston
    b. 1926
    trombone
  22. Pekka Pohjola
    b. 1952
    bass
  23. Percy Humphrey
    b. 1905
    trumpet
  24. Peter Bakaja Peter Bakaja
    bass
  25. Steve Brown Steve Brown
    guitar
  26. Tony Waka Tony Waka
    b. 1962
    saxophone
  27. Trevor Rabin Trevor Rabin
    b. 1954
    guitar
  1. Andy McDevitt
    b. 1914
  2. Ed Burke
    b. 1909
  3. Ian Gordon Wheeler
    b. 1931
  4. Nat Peck
    b. 1925
  5. Otis Johnson
    b. 1910
  6. Putney Dandridge
    b. 1902
  7. Quentin Jackson
    b. 1909
  8. Simon Fell
    b. 1959
  9. Vido Musso
    b. 1913

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