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Jazz Musicians born on November 7

  1. Al Hirt Al Hirt
    b. 1922
  2. Alexander Christian Alexander Christian
    b. 1961
    guitar, electric
  3. Alvin Batiste Alvin Batiste
    b. 1932
  4. Archer Jordan Archer Jordan
    b. 1946
    saxophone, baritone
  5. Brian Andres Brian Andres
    b. 1968
  6. Brian Mulholland
    b. 1978
    bass, electric
  7. Bryan C. White Bryan C. White
    b. 1980
    bass, acoustic
  8. David S. Ware David S. Ware
    b. 1949
    saxophone, tenor
  9. Don Mopsick Don Mopsick
    b. 1950
    bass, acoustic
  10. Elijah Rock Elijah Rock
    b. 1975
    voice / vocals
  11. Geraldine Oliver Geraldine Oliver
    voice / vocals
  12. Halley Elwell Halley Elwell
    voice / vocals
  13. Howard Rumsey Howard Rumsey
    b. 1917
    bass, acoustic
  14. Jan Allan Jan Allan
    b. 1934
  15. Jeff King Jeff King
    b. 1970
    saxophone, tenor
  16. Joe Bushkin Joe Bushkin
    b. 1916
  17. Joni Mitchell Joni Mitchell
    b. 1943
    voice / vocals
  18. Kitty Margolis Kitty Margolis
    b. 1955
    voice / vocals
  19. Marek Jakubowicz Marek Jakubowicz
    b. 1974
  20. Matt Josephson
    b. 1955
  21. Nadav Nirenberg
    b. 1985
  22. Nick Lyons
    b. 1982
    saxophone, alto
  23. Nick Pitt
    b. 1969
  24. Phil Hargreaves Phil Hargreaves
    b. 1959
    saxophone, tenor
  25. Rachel Lauren Rachel Lauren
    b. 1986
    voice / vocals
  26. Taylor Haskins Taylor Haskins
    b. 1971
  27. Tommy Mitchell Tommy Mitchell
    b. 1952
    voice / vocals
  1. Jan Bertil Allan
    b. 1934
  2. Johannes Faber
    b. 1952
  3. Martin Shaw Martin Shaw
    b. 1966
  4. Red Ingle
    b. 1906
  5. Steve Lane
    b. 1921

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