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Jazz Musicians born on November 21

  1. Al Daniels Al Daniels
  2. Alessandro Simonetto Alessandro Simonetto
    b. 1974
  3. Alex Polley
    b. 1989
  4. Alex Wilson Alex Wilson
    b. 1971
  5. Alexander Sill Alexander Sill
    b. 1992
  6. Alphonse Mouzon Alphonse Mouzon
    b. 1948
  7. Carmen Nikol
    b. 1975
    voice / vocals
  8. Charlie Palmieri Charlie Palmieri
    b. 1927
  9. Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins
    b. 1904
    saxophone, tenor
  10. Craig Marquardo Craig Marquardo
    b. 1972
    voice / vocals
  11. Dr. John Dr. John
    b. 1940
  12. Hiske Jeltine Oosterwijk Hiske Jeltine Oosterwijk
    b. 1989
    voice / vocals
  13. Jim Lutz Jim Lutz
    b. 1978
  14. Lloyd Glenn
    b. 1909
  15. Michiyo Yagi Michiyo Yagi
  16. Octavia
  17. Patty Cronheim
    b. 1960
    voice / vocals
  18. Paul Gonzales Paul Gonzales
    b. 1963
  19. Phil Bywater
    b. 1970
  20. Robert Conti
    b. 1945
    guitar, 8-string
  21. Ron Horton Ron Horton
    b. 1948
  22. Sal Salvador Sal Salvador
    b. 1925
  23. Skipp Pearson Skipp Pearson
    b. 1937
    saxophone, tenor
  24. Steve Lesche
    b. 1981
  25. Zoe Schwarz Zoe Schwarz
    b. 1963
    voice / vocals
  1. Al Baculis
    b. 1930
  2. Alvin Burroughs
    b. 1911
  3. Arthur Schutt Arthur Schutt
    b. 1902
  4. Charlie Johnson Charlie Johnson
    b. 1891
  5. Claire Austin
    b. 1918
  6. Doctor John
    b. 1940
  7. Francesca Tanksley
    b. 1957
  8. K.C. Douglas
    b. 1913
  9. Livingston Taylor
    b. 1950
  10. Peter Warren
    b. 1935
  11. Rainer Bruninghaus Rainer Bruninghaus
    b. 1949

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