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Jazz Musicians born on January 19

  1. Archie Ajay Jackson Archie Ajay Jackson
    b. 1969
    bass, electric
  2. Bianca Morales
    b. 1966
    voice / vocals
  3. Claire williams
    b. 1970
    voice / vocals
  4. Darius Scott Darius Scott
    b. 1961
  5. Elaine Miles Elaine Miles
    voice / vocals
  6. Gino Goss Gino Goss
    b. 1952
  7. Goran Delac Goran Delac
    b. 1878
    bass, electric
  8. Heather Bambrick Heather Bambrick
    b. 1971
    voice / vocals
  9. Henry Gray Henry Gray
    b. 1925
  10. Hod O'Brien Hod O'Brien
    b. 1936
  11. Horace Parlan Horace Parlan
    b. 1931
  12. Ian Ritchie
    b. 1964
    saxophone, tenor
  13. J.R. Monterose
    b. 1927
    saxophone, tenor
  14. Joe Magnarelli Joe Magnarelli
    b. 1960
  15. Joe Truglio Joe Truglio
    b. 1983
  16. John Serry John Serry
    b. 1954
  17. Juergen Kleischmann
    b. 1969
  18. Khalil Shaheed Khalil Shaheed
    b. 1949
  19. Lee Barbour Lee Barbour
    b. 1977
  20. Maiya O. Sykes Maiya O. Sykes
    b. 1970
    voice / vocals
  21. Pat Daugherty Pat Daugherty
    b. 1980
  22. Rick Simpson
    b. 1986
  23. Scott Martin Scott Martin
  24. Shimpei Ogawa Shimpei Ogawa
    b. 1994
  25. Vinicius Rosa
    b. 1974
    guitar, electric
  26. Yvonnick Prene Yvonnick Prene
    b. 1984
  27. Zachary Morris
    b. 1976
  1. Abbie Brunies
    b. 1900
  2. Israel Crosby
    b. 1919
  3. Japhlet Bire Attias
    b. 1982
  4. Phil Wilson
    b. 1937
  5. Ray Eberle
    b. 1919
  6. Ray Pizzi
    b. 1943
  7. Samuel T Brown
    b. 1939
  8. Shep Shepherd Shep Shepherd
    b. 1917
  9. Streamline Ewing
    b. 1917
  10. Willie "Big Eyes" Smith
    b. 1936

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