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Jazz Musicians born on August 24

  1. Beny More Beny More
    b. 1919
    voice / vocals
  2. Bob Sabellico Bob Sabellico
    b. 1955
  3. Bradford Rogers Bradford Rogers
    b. 1967
  4. Chris Tarry Chris Tarry
    b. 1970
  5. Chuck Gottesman Chuck Gottesman
    b. 1971
  6. Claude Hopkins
    b. 1903
  7. Court Mast
    b. 1951
  8. David Bennet David Bennet
    b. 1990
    saxophone, alto
  9. Dirk Quinn Dirk Quinn
    b. 1974
  10. Eun Jin Lee
  11. Glenn Zaleski Glenn Zaleski
    b. 1987
  12. Joe Bongiovi Joe Bongiovi
    b. 1976
  13. Johnny Case
    b. 1947
  14. Juliette Gray
    b. 1956
    voice / vocals
  15. Karl koenig, PhD
    b. 1932
  16. Luis Dagostino
    b. 1964
  17. Mark Alan Fowler
    b. 1963
    bass, electric
  18. Mattan Klein Mattan Klein
    b. 1973
  19. Mimi Fox Mimi Fox
  20. Ms. Stevie Woods
    b. 1962
    voice / vocals
  21. Okaru Lovelace Okaru Lovelace
    b. 1970
    voice / vocals
  22. Oteil Burbridge Oteil Burbridge
    b. 1967
  23. Perry Smith Perry Smith
    b. 1983
  24. Reggie Watkins Reggie Watkins
    b. 1971
  25. Ron Holloway
    b. 1953
    saxophone, tenor
  26. Stella Skinner
    guitar, electric
  27. Yasser Tejeda Yasser Tejeda
  1. Al Philburn
    b. 1902
  2. Alphonse Trent
    b. 1905
  3. Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
    b. 1905
  4. Bob Sedergreen
    b. 1943
  5. Bryan Spring
    b. 1945
  6. Buster Smith
    b. 1904
  7. Freddie Brocksieper
    b. 1912
  8. Jesus Caunedo
    b. 1934
  9. Joni Janak
    b. 1944
  10. Keno Duke
    b. 1927
  11. Malcolm Creese Malcolm Creese
    b. 1959
  12. Paul Webster
    b. 1909
  13. Steve Berry Steve Berry
    b. 1957
  14. Wynonie Harris
    b. 1915

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