All About Jazz

Home » Jazz Birthdays | Quotes | Facts | Timeline

Jazz Musicians born on November 6

  1. Andrew Frankhouse Andrew Frankhouse
    b. 1984
    saxophone
  2. Arturo Sandoval Arturo Sandoval
    b. 1949
    trumpet
  3. David Prez David Prez
    b. 1979
    saxophone
  4. Fabien Degryse
    b. 1960
    guitar
  5. Felipe Villar Felipe Villar
    b. 1976
    guitar, electric
  6. George Young George Young
    b. 1947
    saxophone
  7. Giulia Barba Giulia Barba
    b. 1984
    saxophone, baritone
  8. Gordon Brisker
    b. 1937
    saxophone, tenor
  9. Greg Vail
    b. 1962
    saxophone
  10. Helmut Lipsky Helmut Lipsky
    b. 1953
    violin
  11. Joe Wurtsmith
    b. 1980
    guitar
  12. John Philip Sousa John Philip Sousa
    b. 1854
    composer/conductor
  13. John R. Hoaglund, III
    b. 1962
    saxophone
  14. Ken Araki
    b. 1968
    bass
  15. Lisa Hindmarsh
    b. 1962
    voice / vocals
  16. Luis Domingo Diaz Luis Domingo Diaz
    b. 1957
    congas
  17. Lukas Loskot
    b. 1904
    drums
  18. Melvin Llord
    b. 1973
    saxophone
  19. Melvin Quinones Melvin Quinones
    b. 1973
    saxophone
  20. Michael Caesar Michael Caesar
    b. 1954
    saxophone
  21. Mindi Brizendine
    b. 1972
    voice / vocals
  22. Paul Wells
    b. 1973
    drums
  23. Ray Conniff Ray Conniff
    b. 1916
    voice / vocals
  24. Roberto Alemán Roberto Alemán
    b. 1976
    drums
  1. Amos White
    b. 1889
  2. Andy Gibson
    b. 1913
  3. Dick Cathcart
    b. 1924
  4. Don Lusher Don Lusher
    b. 1923
  5. Francy Boland
    b. 1929
  6. Johnny Parker
    b. 1929
  7. Laila Dalseth
    b. 1940
  8. Maurice John Vaughn
    b. 1952
  9. Rory Block
    b. 1949
  10. Roscoe Chenier
    b. 1941

Disclaimer: Though we have checked our dates, this listing may contain erroneous information. If you discover errors or omissions, please report it to us. Thank you.

All About Jazz needs your support

Donate
All About Jazz & Jazz Near You were built to promote jazz music: both recorded and live events. We rely primarily on venues, festivals and musicians to promote their events through our platform. With club closures, shelter in place and an uncertain future, we've pivoted our platform to collect, promote and broadcast livestream concerts to support our jazz musician friends. This is a significant but neccesary effort that will help musicians now, and in the future. You can help offset the cost of this essential undertaking by making a donation today. In return, we'll deliver an ad-free experience (which includes hiding the bottom right video ad). Thank you.

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.