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Jazz Musicians born on November 24

  1. achmad ananda achmad ananda
    b. 1975
    guitar
  2. Al Cohn Al Cohn
    b. 1925
    saxophone, tenor
  3. Allison Cornell
    b. 1962
    viola
  4. Brian Albano
    b. 1949
    drums
  5. Brian Charette Brian Charette
    b. 1972
    organ, Hammond B3
  6. Christopher Lavender
    b. 1972
    guitar, 8-string
  7. Daniel Roure Daniel Roure
    b. 1948
    piano
  8. Enoch Smith Jr. Enoch Smith Jr.
    b. 1978
    piano
  9. Fred Casadei Fred Casadei
    b. 1970
    bass
  10. Gary Boyle
    b. 1941
    guitar, electric
  11. James Rozzi James Rozzi
    b. 1956
    saxophone
  12. Jason Passmore Jason Passmore
    b. 1974
    saxophone
  13. Jon Blanchette Jon Blanchette
    b. 1981
    guitar
  14. Les Fish
    b. 1955
    guitar
  15. Meredith Patterson
    voice / vocals
  16. Nick Granville Nick Granville
    b. 1978
    guitar
  17. Richard Tee Richard Tee
    b. 1943
    keyboards
  18. Rosa Henderson Rosa Henderson
    b. 1896
    voice / vocals
  19. Roswitha Roswitha
    violin
  20. Sam Taylor Sam Taylor
    b. 1982
    saxophone, tenor
  21. Scott Colley Scott Colley
    b. 1963
    bass
  22. Scott Joplin Scott Joplin
    b. 1868
    piano
  23. Sebastian Spanache Sebastian Spanache
    b. 1984
    piano
  24. Serge Chaloff Serge Chaloff
    b. 1923
    saxophone, baritone
  25. Teddy Wilson Teddy Wilson
    b. 1912
    piano
  26. The Michael Vick Trip
    b. 1972
    guitar
  27. Wild Bill Davis Wild Bill Davis
    b. 1918
    organ, Hammond B3
  1. Anatoly Vapirov Anatoly Vapirov
    b. 1947
  2. Bob Barnard Bob Barnard
    b. 1933
  3. Harry Barris
    b. 1905
  4. Ruthie Smith
    b. 1950

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