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Jazz Musicians born on May 26

  1. Al Jolson
    b. 1885
    voice / vocals
  2. Andreas Hellkvist Andreas Hellkvist
    b. 1976
    organ, Hammond B3
  3. Brian Moran Brian Moran
    b. 1975
  4. Calvin Jackson
    b. 1919
  5. Colette Wickenhagen Colette Wickenhagen
    b. 1959
    voice / vocals
  6. David Torn David Torn
    b. 1953
    guitar, electric
  7. David von Kampen David von Kampen
    b. 1986
  8. Denise Donatelli Denise Donatelli
    voice / vocals
  9. Enzo Crotti Enzo Crotti
    b. 1973
    guitar, acoustic
  10. Fred Tompkins Fred Tompkins
    b. 1943
  11. Gene DiNovi Gene DiNovi
    b. 1928
  12. Humberto Amorim
    b. 1951
    saxophone, tenor
  13. John Carey John Carey
    b. 1975
  14. Jonah Parzen-Johnson Jonah Parzen-Johnson
    b. 1988
    saxophone, baritone
  15. Jonathan Ragonese Jonathan Ragonese
    b. 1989
  16. Julia Huff Julia Huff
    b. 1971
    voice / vocals
  17. Kit Downes Kit Downes
    b. 1986
  18. Levon Helm Levon Helm
    b. 1942
  19. Mamie Smith Mamie Smith
    b. 1883
    voice / vocals
  20. Miles Davis Miles Davis
    b. 1926
  21. Monzell Dunlap Monzell Dunlap
    b. 1969
  22. Onur Aymergen Onur Aymergen
    b. 1880
  23. Peggy Lee Peggy Lee
    b. 1920
    voice / vocals
  24. Rubén González Rubén González
    b. 1919
  25. Shawn McGowan Shawn McGowan
    b. 1993
  26. Sivuca Sivuca
    b. 1930
  27. Ziggy Elman Ziggy Elman
    b. 1914
  28. Zoe Leger
    b. 1989
    voice / vocals
  1. Ady Rosner
    b. 1910
  2. Charlie McCoy
    b. 1909
  3. Neil Richard Ardley
    b. 1937
  4. Shorty Baker
    b. 1914
  5. Vernon Alley
    b. 1915

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