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Jazz Musicians born on May 31

  1. Albert "Tootie" Heath Albert "Tootie" Heath
    b. 1935
  2. Anthony Pell Anthony Pell
    b. 1975
  3. Beppe Di Benedetto Beppe Di Benedetto
    b. 1971
  4. Charles-David Bonafos
    b. 1991
  5. Christian McBride Christian McBride
    b. 1972
  6. Claire Ritter Claire Ritter
    b. 1952
  7. Clint Eastwood Clint Eastwood
    b. 1930
  8. Convulsia Convulsia
    b. 1983
    voice / vocals
  9. Dan Miller Dan Miller
    b. 1969
  10. Ejaye Tracey
    b. 1946
    voice / vocals
  11. Eric Revis Eric Revis
    b. 1967
  12. Evan Shay Evan Shay
    b. 1992
  13. Full Count Big Band
    b. 1960
  14. Gabriela Martina Gabriela Martina
    b. 1984
    voice / vocals
  15. Greg Abate Greg Abate
    b. 1947
  16. Jeff Oster Jeff Oster
    b. 1957
  17. Joao Pedro Brandao Joao Pedro Brandao
    b. 1977
  18. Joe Longthorne Joe Longthorne
    b. 1955
    voice / vocals
  19. John Reynolds John Reynolds
    b. 1980
  20. LA Jazz Underground
    b. 1957
  21. Louis Hayes Louis Hayes
    b. 1937
  22. Martin K. Petersen
    b. 1974
    organ, Hammond B3
  23. Marty Ehrlich Marty Ehrlich
    b. 1955
  24. Matteo Brancaleoni
    b. 1981
    voice / vocals
  25. Red Holloway Red Holloway
    b. 1927
  26. Shambhu Shambhu
  1. Alan George Clare
    b. 1921
  2. Billy Mayerl
    b. 1902
  3. Duncan Campbell
    b. 1926
  4. Eddie Thompson
    b. 1925
  5. Gene Gifford
    b. 1908
  6. Jimmy Shirley
    b. 1913
  7. Mario Castronari Mario Castronari
    b. 1954
  8. Mark Nightingale Mark Nightingale
    b. 1967
  9. Otto Hardwicke
    b. 1904
  10. Paulinho DaCosta
    b. 1948
  11. Stan Brenders
    b. 1904

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