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Jazz Musicians born on November 17

  1. Angiolo Tarocchi Angiolo Tarocchi
    b. 1957
  2. Ben Allison Ben Allison
    b. 1966
    bass, acoustic
  3. Chuck Andrus
    b. 1928
  4. Colin Vallon Colin Vallon
    b. 1980
  5. Dakota MacLeod Dakota MacLeod
    voice / vocals
  6. Dan Hanrahan Dan Hanrahan
    b. 1986
  7. David Amram David Amram
    b. 1930
  8. Dorian Wallace Dorian Wallace
    b. 1985
  9. Enzo Favata Enzo Favata
    b. 1956
    saxophone, soprano
  10. Eva Scholten Eva Scholten
    b. 1986
    voice / vocals
  11. Jaime Valle Jaime Valle
  12. Johannes Zetterberg Johannes Zetterberg
    b. 1985
    bass, electric
  13. John Tatum John Tatum
    b. 1951
  14. Juanita Faas Juanita Faas
    b. 1963
  15. Julie Lyon Julie Lyon
    voice / vocals
  16. Lisle Ellis Lisle Ellis
    b. 1951
  17. Ninon Valder
    b. 1976
  18. Phil Parnell Phil Parnell
    b. 1955
  19. Rebecca Dale Rebecca Dale
    b. 1976
    voice / vocals
  20. Roswell Rudd Roswell Rudd
    b. 1935
  21. Ruud Bergamin Ruud Bergamin
    b. 1945
  22. Tab Benoit Tab Benoit
    b. 1967
    guitar, electric
  23. Vince Mendoza Vince Mendoza
    b. 1961
  24. Zane Maertens
    b. 1977
    bass, electric
  1. Bernie Fenton
    b. 1921
  2. Bob Drasnin
    b. 1927
  3. George Masso George Masso
    b. 1926
  4. Jack Owens
    b. 1904
  5. Jimmy DeBerry
    b. 1911
  6. Joe Jnr Kennedy
    b. 1923
  7. John Grant Sangster
    b. 1928
  8. Lawrence 'Black' Ardoin
    b. 1946
  9. Marian Montgomery Marian Montgomery
    b. 1934
  10. Shorty Sherock
    b. 1915
  11. Wayne Andre
    b. 1931

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