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Jazz Musicians born on June 25

  1. Alex Ketchum
    b. 1986
    trombone
  2. Antonio Borghini Antonio Borghini
    b. 1977
    bass
  3. Arnold Faber Arnold Faber
    b. 1952
    vibraphone
  4. Bobby Naughton
    b. 1944
    vibraphone
  5. Chino Nunez
    b. 1961
    percussion
  6. Clifton Chenier Clifton Chenier
    b. 1925
    accordion
  7. Devin Bing Devin Bing
    b. 1985
    voice / vocals
  8. Eddie Crocetti
    b. 1943
    organ, Hammond B3
  9. Eddie Floyd
    b. 1935
    voice / vocals
  10. Joanne Smith Joanne Smith
    b. 1960
    voice / vocals
  11. Joe Chambers Joe Chambers
    b. 1942
    drums
  12. John Yao John Yao
    b. 1977
    trombone
  13. Johnny Smith Johnny Smith
    b. 1922
    guitar
  14. Jon Hamar
    b. 1975
    bass, acoustic
  15. Jungsu Choi Jungsu Choi
    b. 1975
    composer/conductor
  16. Lee Shaw Lee Shaw
    b. 1926
    piano
  17. Manuel Muzzu Manuel Muzzu
    b. 1967
    bass, electric
  18. Marian Petrescu Marian Petrescu
    b. 1970
    piano
  19. Nymphya Nymphya
    voice / vocals
  20. Patrick Godfrey Patrick Godfrey
    b. 1948
    piano
  21. Renee Georges Renee Georges
    voice / vocals
  22. Rhonda Head
    b. 1967
    voice / vocals
  23. SKIP MARTIN SKIP MARTIN
    b. 1967
    trumpet
  24. Stot Juru
    b. 1990
    saxophone, alto
  25. Tom Cabrera Tom Cabrera
    b. 1955
    drums
  26. William Russo
    b. 1928
    composer/conductor
  27. Zita Foster Zita Foster
    b. 1978
    voice / vocals
  1. Alby Cullaz
    b. 1941
  2. Dave Cliff Dave Cliff
    b. 1944
  3. Eddie Blair
    b. 1927
  4. Jean Roberts
    b. 1908
  5. Ney Angelis
    b. 1962
  6. Radka Toneff Radka Toneff
    b. 1952

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