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Jazz Musicians born on July 19

  1. Ava Lemert Ava Lemert
    saxophone, tenor
  2. Bobby Bradford Bobby Bradford
    b. 1934
  3. Brian McCorkle
    b. 1985
  4. Bryson Barnes Bryson Barnes
    b. 1985
  5. Buster Bailey
    b. 1902
  6. Carmell Jones Carmell Jones
    b. 1936
  7. Chris Greco Chris Greco
    b. 1959
  8. Chris Holtslag
    b. 1983
    saxophone, tenor
  9. Colin Hinton Colin Hinton
    b. 1988
  10. Danielle Friedman Danielle Friedman
    b. 1991
  11. Dave Fisher Dave Fisher
    b. 1940
    guitar, acoustic
  12. David Valdez
    b. 1967
  13. Earle H. Hagen
    b. 1919
  14. Ellina Graypel
    b. 1972
    guitar, acoustic
  15. Gordon Hazlewood Gordon Hazlewood
    b. 1947
  16. Jaime Aklander Jaime Aklander
    b. 1948
  17. John Pearce Violin John Pearce Violin
    b. 1984
  18. LaVon Hardison LaVon Hardison
    voice / vocals
  19. Leonie Smith
    b. 1961
    voice / vocals
  20. Nick Costley-White Nick Costley-White
    b. 1989
  21. Phil Upchurch Phil Upchurch
    b. 1941
  22. Ricardo Bacelar Ricardo Bacelar
    b. 1967
  23. Salim Ghazi Saeedi
    b. 1981
  24. Stephanie Lottermoser Stephanie Lottermoser
    b. 1983
    saxophone, tenor
  25. Stuart Rosh Stuart Rosh
    b. 1956
    voice / vocals
  26. Tom Arthurs Tom Arthurs
    b. 1980
  1. Buster Benton
    b. 1932
  2. Charlie Teagarden
    b. 1913
  3. Cliff Jackson
    b. 1902
  4. David Allyn
    b. 1923
  5. Dick Collins
    b. 1924
  6. Didier Levallet Didier Levallet
    b. 1944
  7. Eddie Brunner
    b. 1912
  8. Ernie Shepard
    b. 1916
  9. Justin Walter Justin Walter
    b. 1978
  10. Kenny Graham
    b. 1924

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