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Jazz Musicians born on June 17

  1. Allan Osgood
    b. 1998
  2. Anita Brown
    b. 1959
  3. Chuck Rainey Chuck Rainey
    b. 1940
    bass, electric
  4. Dobet Gnahoré Dobet Gnahoré
    b. 1982
    voice / vocals
  5. Eric Plaks Eric Plaks
    b. 1974
  6. George Winstone George Winstone
    b. 1994
    saxophone, alto
  7. John Dierckx
    b. 1964
  8. John J. DiMartino
    b. 1940
  9. Lindsey Muir Lindsey Muir
    b. 1981
    voice / vocals
  10. Marc Brenken Marc Brenken
    b. 1973
  11. Marzio Scholten Marzio Scholten
    b. 1982
  12. Michael Lake Michael Lake
  13. Nailah Nailah
    voice / vocals
  14. Nathan Breedlove Nathan Breedlove
    b. 1956
  15. Rafal Mazur Rafal Mazur
    b. 1971
    bass, acoustic
  16. Ric DelNero Ric DelNero
    b. 1966
    guitar, electric
  17. Rodrigo Batalha Rodrigo Batalha
    b. 1981
  18. Ross Nixon Ross Nixon
    b. 1960
  19. Scott Schmidt
    b. 1992
  20. Takeshi Ogura Takeshi Ogura
    b. 1962
  21. Terese Genecco Terese Genecco
    b. 1965
    voice / vocals
  22. Tom Varner Tom Varner
    b. 1957
    french horn
  23. Tony Adamo Tony Adamo
    b. 1965
    voice / vocals
  24. Tony Scott Tony Scott
    b. 1921
  25. Yasam Hancilar Yasam Hancilar
    b. 1979
    voice / vocals
  1. Chris Columbus
    b. 1902
  2. Don Kirkpatrick
    b. 1905
  3. Ezewele Godsent
    b. 1989
  4. Gene Sedric
    b. 1907
  5. Lorenzo Holden
    b. 1924
  6. Nick Buono
    b. 1917
  7. Ronnie Gleaves
    b. 1923
  8. Sam Wooding
    b. 1895
  9. Sing Miller
    b. 1914
  10. Vladimir Tolkachev
    b. 1951

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