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Jazz Musicians born on January 21

  1. Aidan Carroll Aidan Carroll
    b. 1984
  2. Alec Katz Alec Katz
  3. Barry Bergstrom Barry Bergstrom
    b. 1953
  4. Bob Frye Bob Frye
    b. 1955
  5. Bob Niederriter Bob Niederriter
    b. 1967
    guitar, electric
  6. Bob Whitlock Bob Whitlock
    b. 1931
  7. Charlie Hoats Charlie Hoats
    b. 1969
    bass, electric
  8. Erwin Helfer Erwin Helfer
    b. 1936
  9. Evan Mazunik Evan Mazunik
    b. 1980
  10. Fiona Joy Hawkins Fiona Joy Hawkins
    b. 1964
  11. Gary Gruver
    b. 1963
    saxophone, tenor
  12. Jason Moran Jason Moran
    b. 1975
  13. Jay T. Vonada Jay T. Vonada
    b. 1975
  14. Jesse van Ruller Jesse van Ruller
    b. 1972
  15. Julie Christensen Julie Christensen
    voice / vocals
  16. Kevin Schmidt
    b. 1962
  17. Lou Grassi Lou Grassi
    b. 1947
  18. Mario Tomic Mario Tomic
    b. 1975
    guitar, electric
  19. Matthew Rybicki Matthew Rybicki
    b. 1973
  20. Morana Mesic Morana Mesic
    b. 1981
    voice / vocals
  21. Rafael Statin Rafael Statin
    b. 1990
  22. Rob Espino Rob Espino
    b. 1975
  23. Shigeharu Mukai Shigeharu Mukai
    b. 1949
  24. Snooks Eaglin
    b. 1936
    guitar, electric
  25. Stefan Thorpenberg Stefan Thorpenberg
    b. 1954
    guitar, electric
  26. Steve Gilmore Steve Gilmore
    b. 1943
  27. Tony Eyers
    b. 1958
  1. Billy Maxted
    b. 1917
  2. Bruce Squires
    b. 1910
  3. Clarence Butler
    b. 1942
  4. Frank Orchard
    b. 1914
  5. Hank Wayland
    b. 1906
  6. Juice Wilson
    b. 1904
  7. Michel Doneda Michel Doneda
    b. 1954
  8. Rudi Blesh
    b. 1899
  9. Smith Ballew
    b. 1902
  10. Steve Potts
    b. 1945
  11. Vincent Abato
    b. 1919

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