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Jazz Musicians born on July 13

  1. Adir Kochavi
    b. 1972
    trumpet
  2. Albert Ayler Albert Ayler
    b. 1936
    saxophone, tenor
  3. Barbara Jordan
    b. 1951
    voice / vocals
  4. Bill Carrothers Bill Carrothers
    b. 1964
    piano
  5. Bruno Raberg Bruno Raberg
    b. 1954
    bass, acoustic
  6. Carl Manna
    b. 1969
    drums
  7. Carlo Cavallini
    b. 1956
    drums
  8. Christos Delasito Christos Delasito
    b. 1981
    vibraphone
  9. George Lewis - Clarinet
    b. 1900
    clarinet
  10. Harold Lopez-Nussa Harold Lopez-Nussa
    b. 1983
    piano
  11. Jack Leahy
    b. 1968
    guitar, electric
  12. Jeremy Mage Jeremy Mage
    piano
  13. Joao Bosco Joao Bosco
    b. 1946
    guitar
  14. Keerthy Narayan Keerthy Narayan
    producer
  15. Keerthy Narayanan Keerthy Narayanan
    b. 1976
    producer
  16. Leroy Vinnegar Leroy Vinnegar
    b. 1928
    bass, acoustic
  17. Nat Janoff Nat Janoff
    b. 1970
    guitar
  18. Norman Goodman
    b. 1966
    guitar, electric
  19. Ofir Shwartz Ofir Shwartz
    b. 1979
    piano
  20. Pete Escovedo Pete Escovedo
    b. 1935
    percussion
  21. Rob Swanson Rob Swanson
    b. 1967
    bass
  22. Robert Miller Robert Miller
    b. 1951
    bass, electric
  23. Sid Peacock Sid Peacock
    b. 1970
    band/orchestra
  24. Sigurd Hole Sigurd Hole
    b. 1981
    bass, acoustic
  25. Stephen Norfleet
    b. 1976
    saxophone, tenor
  1. Bengt-Arne Wallin
    b. 1926
  2. Earl Grubbs
    b. 1942
  3. Erik Parker
    b. 1918
  4. Gyorgy Szabados
    b. 1939
  5. Jimmy Williams
    b. 1914
  6. Michel De Villers
    b. 1926
  7. Pedro Iturralde Pedro Iturralde
    b. 1929

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